Ms. Julia Finn
By Minh Thanh
Vung Tau City, May 3rd - As Vung Tau, a sister city of
Q: So what is your impression in the first time you are in this resort city?
A: Many beautiful scenaries and green trees. The people are friendly and the smiles are what you often see on streets. (smiles)
Q: And what do you think about the agreement signed between Parramatta and Vung Tau in 1993?
A: Personally I think this is an important agreement, which started the good relationship between the two cities as well as the two nations in the last 12 years. I am thinking about the corporation between the two cities during the trip, for example in education field.
I am also considering about the proposals of scholarship for Vung Tau learners to
|A normal day at Vung Tau City - peaceful. Photo by Huu Ngot.|
Q: To be here at this special time is special for you?
A: Definitely yes. It is the 30 year anniversary of your city liberation and Southern liberation day, as well as
It is my big honor to do such thing as an Australian national. I would like to send a peaceful messange to Vung Tau people on behalf of the people at
Q: Thank you.
(Vung Tau Sunday edition, April 30th 2005)
(On the website of Parramatta City, Lord Mayor Julia Finn said that in the next 12 months,
Parramatta"s sister city agreement with Vung Tau was signed on 30 September 1993 - for humanitarian, educational, cultural and sporting links supporting Asia Business Connection activities in the region.)
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