Cholon


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Cholon

(tʃəˈlʌn; French ʃɔlɔ̃)
n
(Placename) a city in S Vietnam: a suburb of Ho Chi Minh City
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The OB mission helped the Red Cross and similar groups meet the needs of thousands of refugees and wounded civilians flocking from the countryside to Saigon and Cholon.
daily responsibility of committing 350 military policemen to the physical security of over 130 officer and enlisted quarters strung throughout Saigon and Cholon. During the Tet Offensive, when the Viet Cong made an all-out effort to capture Saigon, not one of these facilities fell to the enemy, although 27 military policemen were killed in action and another 44 wounded while defending them.
In 2010, Kim and her assistants carried out 250 interviews with vendors in two iconic locations of the city, District One where the stamp of French Saigon was the strongest, and District Five or Cholon. In addition, they used CIS coding to record non-pedestrian uses and interactions with the policy.
(1) Ergativity in Northwestern Amazonia, however, is quite rare: most languages in the Andean foothills show a nominative-accusative alignment (Overall p.c.), although, according to Latorre (p.c.) it is quite probable that Cholon, an extinct language of the Cholon-Hibito language family, also displayed some sort of ergative-marking.
More than a century has passed since Woods wrote his notes of travel, and we can assume that he did not stay in Saigon and Cholon for a long time.
Chef Lon Symensma, who runs the popular Asian bistro ChoLon nearby, fulfills fancy-food cravings with the likes of steak Diane and Berkshire pork terrine.
(18.) Cholon DM, Cutter D, Richardson SK, Sethi S, Murphy TF, Look DC, et al.
Joint seminars between the Caodaists' ecumenical centre in Saigon, the Minh Ly esoteric cenacle in Cholon and the missionary centre in Da Nang focused largely on ensuring their monopoly of the mediumistic and missionary activities in central and southern Vietnam and in overseas Vietnamese communities (Jammes 2010, pp.
Steve and I roomed together in Cholon, the Chinese section of Saigon, and he was so easy-going that he wouldn't disagree with me when I criticized Lyndon Johnson or our country's war policies.