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Truyen audio – new Vietnamese Audio books


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Hong Nhan – Nguyen Ngoc Ngan

Chiec Coc Vo – Trinh Tran

Ngam Ma Cuoi tap 2

Linh Hon Do Minh Tuan – Trai Tao Dien Docc

Cau Chuyen Lieu Trai – Do Minh Tuan

Chuyen Ke Nam 2000 – tac gia Bui Nhoc Tan

Duc Phat Namg Savitri va Roi – tac gia – Ho Anh Thai

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Nhung Con Duong Thay Ten – Van Quang

La Que Rau Om Tam Hon Dan Toc – Xuan Vu

Nguoi Khong Nhan Toi – Duy Nhan

Giot Mua Tren Toc – Tieu Tu

biet Dau La Khoi Diem Cuoc Rong Choi – Tram Ca Mau

Thuong Va Nho – Minh Chau

Tuoi Gia Mong Manh Nhu Hat Le – De Men

Que Toi Tren Go Pho Sinh – Vuong Kim Hung

Nhuc Nhoi Con Tim – Tram Ca Mau

Tinh Lon – Hong An

Chum Bong Hy Vong – Cam Li Nguyen Thi My Thanh

O Kien Lua – Cam Lu Nguyen Thi My Thanh

Nguong Cua Tu Do – Ng Phuc Vinh Tung

Doi Ban Gia Trong Vien Duong Lao – Ly Khoa Van

Lich Su Chien Tranh Lanh The Gioi – Khuyet Danh

Lai 1 Chuyen Uot At Cua 1 Chang Pilot VNCH – PTAnNinh

Mikhail Gorbachov

Nikita Krushev

Boris Yeltsin

Huyen Tran – Nguyen Huu Nam

Nhung Hang Qua Truoc Cong Truong – Ng T Ham Anh

Nhung Hang Quan Xua Con Lai – Nguyen Thuy Long

Nhung Dieu Cay Cuc – Nguyen duc Lap

Neu Co Tien – Chu Tat Tien

Hoa Thien Nhien Va Tho – Dam Trung Phan

Hoa Dao Trong Lung – Nguyen Danh Lam

Em Chi Can Anh – Ai Khanh

Cho Viet Xua Va Nay – Tran Van Chi

Cuoi Muon – Khuyet Danh

Canh Hac Co Don – Sau Dong

Ken Chong Cho Con – Hoang Dung Tuan

Nang Dau Nam Ky – Nguyen Thi Thanh Duong

Ngo Lo Thung – Trung Trung Dinh

Nang Dau Nam Ky – Nguyen Thi Thanh Duong

Vang Va Mau – The Lu

Vinh Quang Cua Nguoi So Vo – Dao Hieu

Cafe De La Hien – Vang Lang

Truyen Ba Nguoi Phi Cong Ty Nan – Le Xuan Nhi

Giang Ho Vat – Le Minh Nhut

Cuon Theo Chieu Gio – -Margaret Mitchell – Gone with the Winh – Vu Kim Thu Dich Thuat

Giang Ho Vat – Le Minh Nhut – Hieu Ky

Do Doc – Binh Nguyen Loc

Nhung Kieu Lam Vo – Ga Sieu

Chuyen Doi Toi – Quynh Dao Hoi Ky

Nhung Chuyen Dieu – Nguyen Thien Ngan

Nua The Ky VN – Song Nhi

Ga Gay Trong Tho – Vo Phien

Mua Tren Cay Sau Dong – Nha Ca

Phat Dien Vi Than Tuong – Quynh Giao

Ca Phe Ca Phao – Dinh Tuyen

Cung Duong Vang Nang – Duong Thuy – Thanh Tuan

Ready for Easter?

Easter (Old English: Ēostre; Greek: Πάσχα, Paskha; Aramaic and Hebrew: פֶּסחא‎ Pasḥa,) is the central feast in the Christian liturgical year.[1] According to the Canonical gospels, Jesus rose from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion. Some[who?] Christians celebrate this resurrection on Easter Day or Easter Sunday[2] (also Resurrection Day or Resurrection Sunday), two days after Good Friday and three days after Maundy Thursday. The chronology of his death and resurrection is variously interpreted to be between AD 26 and 36, traditionally 33.

Easter also refers to the season of the church year called Eastertide or the Easter Season. Traditionally the Easter Season lasted for the forty days from Easter Day until Ascension Day. The first week of the Easter Season is known as Easter Week or the Octave of Easter. The week from Palm Sunday to Easter is known as Holy Week. Easter also marks the end of Lent, a season of fasting, prayer, and penance.

Easter is a moveable feast, meaning it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar. It occurs during the spring, in and around the month of April.

Easter is linked to the Jewish Passover by much of its symbolism, as well as by its position in the calendar. In most European languages the feast called Easter in English is termed by the words for passover in those languages and in the older English versions of the Bible the term Easter was the term used to translate passover.[3][4]

Secular customs, such as the Easter Bunny and Easter egg hunts, have become part of the holiday’s modern celebrations and are often observed by Christians and non-Christians alike. There are also some Christian denominations who do not celebrate Easter.

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The Difference Between http and https

Maybe you already knew this but I thought it was important enough
to send even if you already know.

FIRST, MANY PEOPLE ARE UNAWARE OF The main difference between
http:// and https://.

It’s all about keeping you secure – HTTP stands for Hyper Text
Transport Protocol. The S (big surprise)stands for “Secure”. If
you visit a website or webpage, and look at the address in the web
browser, it will likely begin with the following: http://.
This means that the website is talking to your browser using the
regular ‘unsecure’ language. In other words, it is possible for
someone to “eavesdrop” on your computer’s conversation with the
website. If you fill out a form on the website, someone might see
the information you send to that site.

This is why you never ever enter your credit card number (or other private information) in an http
website! But if the web address begins with https:// that basically means
your computer is talking to the website in a secure code that no
one can eavesdrop on. You understand why this is so important, right?

If a website ever asks you to enter your credit card information,
you should automatically look to see if the web address begins with
https://. ; If it doesn’t, there’s no way you’re going to enter sensitive
information like a credit card number.