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December 2011[edit]

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Your contributed article, Independence Order[edit]

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phù hiệu QĐNDVN[edit]

Chào bạn, phù hiệu bạn làm tuyệt lắm, cố gắng nha bạn. À hình như Bộ đội Biên phòng Việt Nam chưa có biểu tượng thì phải. Trần Ái Quốc (talk) 08:05, 1 January 2012 (UTC)

cái roundel của biên phòng VN nhìn lạ nhỉ, mình chưa thấy bao giờ. Mình có cái emblem của Biên phòng Vn nhưng ko bik là sao upload lên wiki common 1 cách hợp lệ Trần Ái Quốc (talk) 13:30, 2 January 2012 (UTC)

kpop industry section[edit]

I understand what you are trying to say, but if you look at the source i provided, it tells that the ranking is based on TOTAL MUSIC REVENUE, which includes BOTH digital and physical market. In South Korea, as well as in most of the world, physical music market is dying out and is rapidly replaced by digital market. Digital market now takes up up to about 60 % of the market, so if you only talk about physical market, you are basically explaining only half piece of the Korean music industry, instead of the whole. Another, the diagram you provided was made back in 2006,, that's 8 years ago.. Lastly, I do not know the reason why American market as well as Japanese market has to be even mentioned in this article,, Think about it, would you put a section about K-pop industry in American music industry article?--Junilein (talk) 10:45, 31 March 2012 (UTC)

My answer[edit]

Firstly, you should read "Music indutry" page in Wikipedia [[1]]. It's talking all thing about global music industry nowadays. That image include South Korea music (in right corner), and I upload it cause I want to talk more detail about South Korea music.

Secondly, the 24th rankings of South Korea is based on Global music industry market share data with clearly data in [[2]]. If you read this page, you'll understand that "The Global music industry rankings based on retail value (rather than units) each market generates respectively per year". It's NOT BASED ON Digital music.

Thirdly, your writings are too much praise about K-pop, it violates with the required neutral information on Wikipedia. Your should respect all clearly and neutral information about K-pop.


Before, anything, please sign your comments by adding four tides (Junilein (talk) 11:19, 31 March 2012 (UTC)), it's just the rule in Wikipedia. I do not have any intention to praise, I created the criticism section in K-pop, and when I put information, I try to make it as neutral as possible. I do not oppose for any information getting deleted that's biased in the article, even if it's written by me.

Those sources you provided, once again, only represent the physical market. Look at the heading columns: singles, albums, DVD, Casettes.. And what about this source? [[3]] (thats a 09' data,,, still far differ from RIAJ data you provided)Junilein (talk) 11:26, 31 March 2012 (UTC)


Okay, you have your source and me too. So, what's now? Should we upload 2 sources and 2 rankings in this page? Dokientrung 11:31, 31 March 2012 (UTC)


We can split the article into two sections: one for digital, other for physical.Junilein (talk) 11:37, 31 March 2012 (UTC)

Good idea[edit]

Okay, that's good idea. Dokientrung 18:39, 31 March 2012 (UTC)

Vua VN[edit]

Chào bạn, nếu không phiền nhờ bạn dịch nốt các bài về một số vị vua Việt Nam còn thiếu sang tiếng Anh. List of Vietnamese monarchs. Hiện các vua Triều/Hàn có bài tiếng Anh hết, không lẽ vua Việt Nam không bằng. (talk) 10:41, 27 May 2012 (UTC)

Tuyệt vời[edit]

Ý kiến bạn rất hay, tôi sẽ thu xếp thời gian và sẽ dịch trước một số vua quan trọng của nước ta. Thân ái (talk) 13:20, 27 May 2012 (UTC)

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weightlifting records[edit]

prior to updating please read the section note which reads "Prior to this competition..." The place for new records is the list of records pageLihaas (talk) 17:07, 5 August 2012 (UTC)

Ảnh trên Flick[edit]

Rất vui được biết bạn, mình muốn hỏi bạn là Dokientrung trên Flick có phải là bạn không nhỉ, nếu phải thì các ảnh về Trường Sa trên đó có phải do bạn sở hữu không, vì mình thấy chúng xuất hiện tại một số tờ báo khác. Cảm ơn--Minhminh284 20:46, 19 October 2012 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Minhminh284 (talkcontribs)


Hello, I wonder if you have this book. I want to edit the Vietnamese page dealing with the Battle of Long Tan that took place on 18 August 1966. I want to include the names of the 30 Vietnamese soldiers killed fighting the Australians in this battle. Can you help obtain the names of these 30 Martyrs. Also, can you help me buy the book LICH SUR SUR DOAN BO BINH 5?--Lookupthenumber (talk) 05:53, 27 April 2013 (UTC)

about your edition in this February, 2015 (nobel prize winners of China)[edit]

Your edtion of nobel laureates in China which you did in this February was wrong. You deleted the name of Dr. Chenning Yang and Dr. Tsungdao Lee (both Nobel Laureates in Physics) from the list of China, maybe for both Doctors already having the citizenship of the USA. However, for example, 2 Japanese Nobel Laureates in Physics, Dr. Shuji Nakamura, and Dr. Yoichiro Nambu are listed in the Nobel Laureates in Japan, while they already have the citizenship of the USA now (actually their nationality is also already the USA). So is Dr. Ramakrishnan and Dr. Chandrasekhar, both born in India and they are also listed in the Nobel Laureates of India while their citizenship and nationality are already Britain and the USA. Then there is no problem on listing these scientists in the Nobel Laureates lists of Japan and India. However, to be fair and equal with the Japanese and Indian scientists above, we also need to list Dr. Lee and Dr. Yang as the Nobel Laureates of China as well, even they already have the citizenship of the USA because they were also born in China and they graduated from a university in China, the current Nankai University in Tianjin, while they went to the USA after graduating the university in China, which is the same course as many Japanese and many Indian doctors were going. I can guess the reason you deleted the name of these 2 Chinese scientists from the list of China. You did it just because of your hostile sentiment against China for sea territory issue because you are Vietnamese (as written in your introduction), isn't it ? I personally think that Vietnam should be defended for the sea territory issue, for sure. I really think the sea territory should belong to Vietnam, for sure. However, your sentiment should be seperated from the fair rule and equality of the official record of Nobel Laureates, as I wrote above. For example, there is one Vietnamese Fields Medal winner, Dr.Ngo Bao Chau. He already has citizenship (and maybe nationality as well) of France, while he is listed in the Fields Medal winner of Vietnam, which I have no prolem and believe should be recognized by the public in this way. Then it is the same for Chinese, Indian, Japanese, or any people from any country. I hope you kindly understand my proposal which I strongly believe is fair. MESSAGE FROM TOKYO JAPAN. 10:53, 23 February 2015 (Japanese local time)

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