In My View: Vietnam's Buddhist Monk Thich Quang Do -20Dec07





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At 80 years old, Buddhist Monk Thich Quang Do is one of Vietnam's most prominent dissidents.

Deputy leader of the outlawed Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam, he's spent more than 25 years in detention for advocating greater religious freedoms and rights.

Now in tapes smuggled out of Vietnam, Thich Quang Do talks of life beyond the glossy tourist brochures to reveal a darker side of communist Vietnam.

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