The US and Vietnamese flags are waved in Hanoi as a motorcade transports North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to a summit with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP The US and Vietnamese flags are waved in Hanoi as a motorcade transports North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to a summit with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP
The US and Vietnamese flags are waved in Hanoi as a motorcade transports North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to a summit with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP

Why are so many Vietnamese in the US pro-Trump and anti-China?

  • China’s rise has given a new cause to the many Vietnamese-Americans who have spent years campaigning against Hanoi’s communist party-controlled government
  • Tibet, the Uygurs, the South China Sea and even Hong Kong are among the concerns for groups that insist Beijing is a threat not only to Vietnam, but the world at large

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The US and Vietnamese flags are waved in Hanoi as a motorcade transports North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to a summit with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP The US and Vietnamese flags are waved in Hanoi as a motorcade transports North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to a summit with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP
The US and Vietnamese flags are waved in Hanoi as a motorcade transports North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to a summit with President Donald Trump. Photo: AP
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