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Đinh Đức Dũng

City: Hanoi

Country: VN

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Dung Duc Dinh tells Speak Out:

“I heard about this book on the internet and it really make me shocked! Because I’m a traveller, I visited many place in Vietnam, and environment is the most beautiful thing I remember about each place. When I imagine anything will be destroyed like some picture in this book, I think we must do something, maybe small, maybe little, but, something to stop it.

I created a coffee shop for all travellers in Hanoi, it’s called Quốc lộ 1 Cafe (mean Highway one coffee), and it really get some famous. Almost all travellers in VietNam knows about us. I think I will put your book in, for everybody come here can see that, see the thing will happen, if we don’t stop. Some of my customers have enough resoures to action.”


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