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7. Anti-China riot in Vietnam

A factory at DoSon development zone in Hai Phong, Vietnam. The factory's Chinese name has been wipe away, leaving only vague marks to avert rioters. Photo: Zhang Han/

Large scale of anti-China riots erupted in Vietnam in May when the two nations were locked in an oil rig dispute in the South China Sea.

During the deadly riots in central and southern Vietnam, at least four Chinese citizens were killed and over 100 Chinese companies were burnt and damaged. reporter dug deep into Vietnam’s Mong Cai, Hai Phong, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to unravel the life of Chinese nationals during the unrest.

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