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Vietnam musician Trinh Cong Son dies
The Associated Press - April 2, 2001.
Thousands Pay Tribute to “Vietnam’s Bob Dylan”
Reuters - April 4, 2001.
Trinh Cong Son, songwriter opposed the Vietnam war
The Los Angeles Times - April 4, 2001.
Vietnam’s Bob Dylan faced four years of “re-education”
Seth Mydans - The New York Times - April 12, 2001.
The man everyone tried to silence and failed
AFP - April 28, 2000.
Rich document The Trịnh Công Sơn Phenomenon
John C. Schafer, The Journal of Asian Studies (Aug 2007).
Rich document Death, Buddhism, and Existentialism in the Songs of Trịnh Công Sơn
John C. Schafer, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, Winter 2007.
The Life and Music of Trịnh Công Sơn
"Đời và nhạc Trịnh Công Sơn ", Đặng Tiến, 2001. Translated by Jason Gibbs.
In search of lost times (I)
Sâm Thương, 01.04.2004. Part one : Childhood. Translated by Vân Mai.
Sand and dust
Trinh Cong Son, translated by Vân Mai
Diễm from days of Long Ago
Trịnh Công Sơn. Translated by Đinh Từ Bích Thúy.
Bửu Chỉ, a rebel by nature
Trịnh Công Sơn, translated by Vân Mai
Bửu Chỉ from the color-tinted fingerprints
D.C., Virginia, October, 2002
Bửu Chỉ (1948-2002)
It has been a perfect two years on December 14, 2004, since Bửu Chỉ departed this world to join the World of Trịnh Công Sơn (1939- 2001).
Rich document Writing ageless songs of love and peace
Thu Anh, Việt Nam News, 10 May 2015. To know Trịnh Công Sơn is to love him, to cry with him, to feel the pain of missing a loved one with him, to feel the anguish of a broken heart with him. No other songwriter has struck such a chord in both Vietnamese and foreign hearts.
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Writing ageless songs of love and peace
Thu Anh, Việt Nam News, 10 May 2015. To know Trịnh Công Sơn is to love him, to cry with him, to feel the pain of missing a loved one with him, to feel the anguish of a broken heart with him. No other songwriter has struck such a chord in both Vietnamese and foreign hearts.

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