Comme d'habitude, pour rien changer, les koreens viennent nous exporter nos femmes:
Police in southern Vietnam have broken up a matchmaking ring for South Korean men, raiding a home where more than 100 women aged 18 to 30 awaited potential husbands.
Authorities detained two alleged marriage brokers accused of running the ring, a police officer in Ho Chi Minh City said yesterday.
The couple charged South Koreans 500,000 dong ($45) for each visit and 3 million dong for a successful match, the officer said.
Franchement 3 million, c'est franchement pas cher du tout, soit il y a un discount, attention a la qualite donc, soit il se sont gourer dans les prix.
Sans etonnement, depuis qu' il est en taule, Glitter, le pedo, croise les doigts pour une amnestie au prochain 14 juillet Vietnamien:
Gary Glitter, who is serving a nearly three year sentence in a Vietnam prison for sexually molesting two pre-teen girls, is hoping to obtain amnesty during the country's Liberation Day celebration later this month. He was convicted last year after a one-day trial.
The 62-year-old Glitter, born Paul Francis Gadd, had already been granted three months off his sentence after an earlier bid for amnesty. His lawyer, Le Thanh Kinh, told Reuters, "My client will certainly seek an amnesty this time, but it is still up to the president to decide if he would be released... My client is quite healthy in prison. He has been given a job of cutting trees there."
Et l'eternel amour :
China's top legislator Wu Bangguo on Monday said China and Vietnam should tackle boundary issue appropriately in a bid to maintain stability in the South China Sea.
"The two countries should enhance political mutual trust, appropriately deal with the boundary issue and implement related agreements," said Wu Bangguo, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature.
Wu made the remarks in talks with Chairman of the National Assembly of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong, who pays an official good-will visit to China from April 8 to 15.
As part of the solution to the boundary issue, China's top legislature in February ratified a treaty defining the point where the national borders of China, Vietnam and Laos meet
A mon avis ca passera pas.