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This year, we actually created the theme 'innovation' for the week in China", Cong explained.
During the 1967 Tet Nguyen Dan, the North Vietnamese army and the Viet Cong entered into a cease-fire with the South Vietnamese army and American forces.
As the grueling battle continued into the third day, another large Viet Cong strike was repulsed through Moore's ability to shift men and firepower at a moment's notice against the savage, last-ditch efforts of the insurgents to break through the friendly positions.
That put Malaysia ahead 32 on aggregate but Vietnam levelled things up in the 22nd minute when Cong Vinh tucked away a penalty after Nguyen Van Quyet had been fouled by Amri.
Homeless illegal immigrant Cong initially admitted he was taken to the house but denied he was the farmer.
However, Cong says, "I realized all the energy I was putting into performing I could be channeling into my choreography.
Court documents have revealed that Cong also asked Blaine to put him in touch with the 'Silver Linings Playbook' star in order to "protect her''.
Cong has been the managing partner of Beijing Jun You Law Firm since 1994.
THE TINY Mayo village of Cong, the setting for The Quiet Man, is to be immortalised on the silver screen once again.
This tragedy, which was repeated many times among the Australian and New Zealand troops serving in South Vietnam in the late 1960s, was all the more poignant because the mine itself was an allied mine, relaid by the Viet Cong enemy.
The Viet Cong insurgency came to life in 1960 under the leadership of a shadow government staffed by Vietnamese Communist Party members and controlled by the Communist government of North Vietnam.