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Viet Khang, a Vietnamese Songwriter With A Conscience, Jailed by the Vietnamese Communists For Expressing His Patriotic Feelings.

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As a member of the media and also of the entertainment industry, we call on artists, writers, intellectuals, human rights advocates, and all who care to join our campaign to free Viet Khang, a Vietnamese songwriter.  He was arrested on September 16, released, and re-arrested on December 23rd of last year. His only crime was to express his sense of civic duty and patriotism in songs that he composed and posted on the internet.

Please help us to secure the immediate and unconditional release of Viet Khang by:

- Sharing his story within your circles of fellow artists, writers, intellectuals and human rights advocates

- Writing to people of influence in governments and human rights organizations that you know

- Expressing your concern to the Vietnamese Communist government, directly or through its embassies.  

Viet Khang, a songwriter currently detained by the Vietnamese Communist security police without charges, has quickly become the symbol and voice of conscience of the post-war generation of Vietnamese. His arrest has prompted a movement among Vietnamese artists and intellectuals in Vietnam as well as overseas calling for his immediate and unconditional release.

Born into a poor family in 1978 as Vo Minh Tri, he grew up and lives in My Tho, Tien Giang with his wife and their four-year old son.  He discovered his love for music from an early age and has made a living as a songwriter under the pen name “Minh Tri”.  He is also a drummer performing with several local bands.  He operates a small recording studio to provide for his family’s livelihood.

As he toured many cities to perform, he increasingly noticed rampant social injustices and widening poverty that affect his people and threaten his country’s future.  Disturbed, he shared his feelings and thoughts with other like-minded young Vietnamese. 

In April 2011 they founded “Patriotic Youth”, a loose network of college students, young professionals and young artists, to promote public consciousness about social justice and civic engagement.  Some association members created blogs and websites to advocate for the respect of human rights, freedom, and free elections.  Others passed out fliers calling for democratic reforms and the defense of Vietnam ’s sovereignty against  Communist China’s expansionism.  Under the new pen name of “Viet Khang,” Vo Minh Tri wrote two songs that spread virally through the internet. 

His song “Who Are You?” questions the conscience of public security police members who brutally assaulted, arrested and detained demonstrators for peacefully expressing concern over China ’s territorial ambitions.  In “Where Is My Viet Nam?”, Viet Khang confesses disillusionment with the present regime that pays little attention to the spreading social injustices, decries the leadership’s lack of resolve to defend the country’s sovereignty, and calls on citizens to assume responsibility for Vietnam ’s future.  He personally performed both songs and posted them on the internet.

Soon after their posting, on September 16, 2011 the police arrested Viet Khang and two other members of Patriotic Youth.  The police confiscated Viet Khang’s computer and all equipments at his recording studio.  He was released and then re-arrested on December 23, 2011.  He is currently held in police custody.

Who are you?
Anh Là Ai (with English subtitles)


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