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A Chinese TV series entitled “Ace Troops” has angered Vietnamese audiences for distorting history related to Vietnam's fight to defend the northern border in 1979.

Could a boycott kill Facebook?

As Ford, Adidas, Microsoft and HP pause ads on the social network, should Facebook be worried?

Chinese products selling poorly in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – The sale of Chinese products have decreased sharply in both traditional markets and supermarkets in Vietnam, forcing retailers to find alternative suppliers. 

Vietnamese refuse to serve Chinese, cancel tours to China, boycott Chinese goods and it's not good

 VietNamNet Bridge – Not only saying “no” to Chinese goods, Vietnamese have refused to serve Chinese clients and canceled tours to China to lodge their protests against the Chinese administration provoking activities on the East Sea.

Vietnamese netizens called on to boycott Chinese goods

 VietNamNet Bridge – “Say No to Chinese Goods” campaigns have been launched on many fanpages and social networks following the recent Chinese provocations in the East Sea.

French tourists threaten to boycott Vietnam for dog meat

In the western world, dogs and cats are pets and are considered friends. Many foreign tourists to Vietnam were very shocked seeing Vietnamese people killing dogs and eating dog meat.

WeChat boycott brings opportunities to other service providers

Having realized that Vietnamese users turn their back to Chinese WeChat, other service providers have launched a lot of free apps to attract users.

Internet users call on to boycott Chinese WeChat for security reasons

The Vietnamese Internet users’ community has called on people not to use Chinese WeChat, an OTT (over the top content) app, allowing to make calls and send messages free of charge.