So...you mean peoples in Vietnam are entitled to practice religions such as Buddhism?
So the ideas proported in the US of antireligious opiate of the masses communism taking over and turning people into antireligious zombies were wrong? What next...China to go to war with Vietnam...oh wait, that happened about 20 years ago.
No vietnam was a largly nationalistic struggle, as has been proven in the years since. But the ideas we can determine what is right or wrong in a culture we are not remotely familiar with persist. A dictatorship viet nam....certainly. Very closely restricting who and what can be religiously considered...certainly.
And on and on. Their culture and government representative of their culture little resembles ours.
That aside, there is little we can grasp from outside news media on right or wrong of such things as these, as those dissemenatateing such information are usually invariably tied to agenda of one sort or another. Inside news media....hard to tell, controlled it invariably is.
So yes interesting of a sort...but other than to point to religion still being a essential part of vietnam peoples lives....what can we grasp?
If that is the point this serves purpose.
"This order considers that progress can be achieved more rapidly during a single month of self-transformation through terrifying conditions in rough terrain and in "the abode of harmful forces" than through meditating for a period of three years in towns and monasteries"....Takpo Tashi Namgyal.