Tạp Chí GS Dỏm Việt Nam

Journal of Incompetent Professors in Vietnam – JIPV

PGS rất dỏm Võ Tấn Sơn – Đại học Y dược TPHCM : Hiệu trưởng

Posted by giaosudom4 trên Tháng Tám 7, 2010


view profile

Tạp Chí GS Dỏm Việt Nam – JIPV says:

Danh dỏm: PGS.TS

Công bố ISI: 0

Danh thật: PGS rất dỏm

Giới thiệu: Editor KnowtrueProf.

Thông tin liên quan đến ứng viên:

www.yds.edu.vn/

=======================================================================================================

Advertisements

9 phản hồi to “PGS rất dỏm Võ Tấn Sơn – Đại học Y dược TPHCM : Hiệu trưởng”

  1. Please send us the curriculum vitae of Dean of HochiMinh City school of Medicine and Pharmacy,and his assistants as follow : PGS TS Võ Tấn Sơn, ThS Lê Văn Chánh, PGS TS Châu Ngọc Hoa, PGS TS Đỗ Văn Dũng, PGS TS Trần Diệp Tuấn, PGS TS Nguyễn Văn Khôi. Sincerely yours.

  2. PS. Including their age (yob). Thanks

  3. giaosudom4 said

    Đỗ Văn Dũng: 2 bài ISI

    Perspectives of HIV-related stigma in a community in Vietnam: A qualitative study
    Context Sensitive Links

    View full text from the publisher Elsevier Science Context Sensitive Links
    more options
    Author(s): Gaudine A (Gaudine, Alice)1, Gien L (Gien, Lan)1, Thuan TT (Thuan, Tran T.)2, Dung DV (Dung, Do V.)2
    Source: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES Volume: 47 Issue: 1 Pages: 38-48 Published: JAN 2010
    Times Cited: 0 References: 19 Citation MapCitation Map
    Abstract: Background: While HIV/AIDS is increasing in Vietnam, very few published studies focus on HIV-related stigma in Vietnam. This study reports on findings from a community development project to reduce HIV-related stigma within one community in Vietnam.

    Objectives and design: The purpose of this qualitative study is to describe HIV-related stigma from the perspective of three groups within one community in Vietnam: people living with HIV, their family members, and community members and leaders, including health care professionals.

    Setting, participants and methods: Fifty-eight individuals from a poor, industrial district on the outskirts of a large city participated in the study and were asked to describe HIV-related stigma. Interviews were conducted with 10 people living with HIV, 10 family members of a person living with HIV, and 10 community members and 5 community leaders including health care professionals. We also conducted three focus groups, one with people living with HIV (n = 8), one with family members of people living with HIV (n = 8), and one with community leaders including health care professionals In = 7).

    Findings: Stigma across the three groups is characterized by four dimensions of HIV-related stigma: feeling shamed and scorned, behaving differently, stigma due to association, and fear of transmission. The manifestation of these dimensions differs for each group. Four themes of HIV-related stigma as described by people living with HIV are: being avoided, experiencing anger and rejection, being viewed as a social ill, and hiding the illness. Seven themes of HIV-related stigma as described by family members are: shunned by neighbors, viewed as poor parents, discriminated by health professionals, overhearing discussions about people with HIV, maintaining the secret, financial hardship for family, and fear of contracting HIV. Four themes of HIV-related stigma as described by community members and leaders including health professionals are: stigma as a fair reward, avoidance and shunning by neighbors, ruined family reputation, and fear of contracting HIV.

    Conclusions: HIV-related stigma is experienced in a different manner by each of these groups, a finding that should help in developing culturally sensitive strategies to reduce HIV-related stigma in Vietnam. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
    Document Type: Article
    Language: English
    Author Keywords: HIV; AIDS; Stigma; Vietnam
    Reprint Address: Gaudine, A (reprint author), Mem Univ Newfoundland, Sch Nursing, St John, NF A1B 3V6 Canada
    Addresses:
    1. Mem Univ Newfoundland, Sch Nursing, St John, NF A1B 3V6 Canada
    2. Univ Med & Pharm Ho Chi Minh City, Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
    E-mail Addresses: agaudine@mun.ca

    Developing culturally sensitive interventions for Vietnamese health issues: An action research approach
    Context Sensitive Links

    Context Sensitive Links Go to NCBI for additional information
    more options
    Author(s): Gaudine A (Gaudine, Alice)1, Gien L (Gien, Lan)1, Thuan TT (Thuan, Tran T.)2, Dung DV (Dung, Do V.)2
    Source: NURSING & HEALTH SCIENCES Volume: 11 Issue: 2 Pages: 150-153 Published: JUN 2009
    Times Cited: 0 References: 9 Citation MapCitation Map
    Abstract: This article describes an action research approach to community development in Vietnam. An advisory committee worked with the researchers and identified the stigma of HIV/AIDS as a health issue of importance to it. The advisory committee consisted of representatives from the community. The selected issue was then explored in greater depth by individually interviewing infected persons, their family members, community members, and leaders. At the same time, focus groups were conducted for additional members of each of the above three cohorts. Through open-ended questions, the participants described the impacts of the stigma on their life, the possible causes of the stigma, and the relevant strategies to reduce these causes. Based on the findings, the advisory committee suggested interventions to reduce the stigma. This project demonstrated an effective way in which nurses can work with communities to help them to identify local solutions to their identified health issues.
    Document Type: Article
    Language: English
    Author Keywords: action research; community development; cultural sensitivity; HIV stigma; Vietnam
    KeyWords Plus: TUBERCULOSIS; LESSONS
    Reprint Address: Gaudine, A (reprint author), Mem Univ Newfoundland, Sch Nursing, St John, NF A1B 3V6 Canada
    Addresses:
    1. Mem Univ Newfoundland, Sch Nursing, St John, NF A1B 3V6 Canada
    2. Univ Med & Pharm Ho Chi Minh City, Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
    E-mail Addresses: agaudine@mun.ca

    không có bài nào là main author (first or corresponding author)

  4. giaosudom4 said

    Nguyễn Văn Khôi: có 3 bài này tôi không thể xác định được tên thật, bác có thể dựa vào tiểu sử của anh ta có từng học ở Pháp trong giai đoạn này không để suy ra bài này có phải của anh ta không nhé (tôi nghi ngờ rằng không phải)

    Mast cells and eosinophils in nasal cavities and pharynx of camels (Camelus dromedarius) naturally infected by Cephalopina titillator (Clark 1816).
    Context Sensitive Links

    Context Sensitive Links
    more options
    Author(s): Viatteau E, Nguyen VK, Jacquiet P, Amardeilh MF, Bleuart C, Dorchies P
    Source: REVUE DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE Volume: 150 Issue: 4 Pages: 353-356 Published: APR 1999
    Times Cited: 0 References: 13 Citation MapCitation Map
    Abstract: Cephalopina titillator is a common parasite of camels in Africa and in Asia. The larvae of this fly reach a length of up to 32 mm and possess smooth and fleshy processes and large mouth-hooks. For a long time, the development of clinical signs of the infection was attributed to these anatomical peculiarities and other factors were neglected. For the first time, the inflammatory response of the nasopharynx was explored in naturally infected camels from the Laayoune region (Occidental Sahara, West Africa). The presence of larvae (second instar and third instar larvae) led to an important recruitment of eosinophils (x 10) and mast cells (x 2) in the pharynx, the nasal septum, the conchae and the turbinates mucosae. Mast cells and eosinophils counts were very different from those obtained in non infected camels except in a few number of lightly infected camels. Nothing is known about the effectiveness of this inflammatory response on the control of larval burden but it seems likely that these cells are involved in the pathological process.
    Document Type: Article
    Language: French
    Author Keywords: Cephalopina titillator; mast cells; eosinophils; camel
    KeyWords Plus: ESTRUS-OVIS; PREVALENCE; MYIASIS
    Reprint Address: Jacquiet, P (reprint author), Ecole Natl Vet, INRA, Lab Physiopathol Resp Ruminants, 23 Chemin des Capelles, F-31076 Toulouse 03, France
    Addresses:
    1. Ecole Natl Vet, INRA, Lab Physiopathol Resp Ruminants, F-31076 Toulouse 03, France
    2. Ecole Natl Vet, Anat Pathol Lab, F-31076 Toulouse, France

    Detection of the Ki-67 nuclear epitope in epithelial cells of nasal cavities and frontal sinuses of sheep and goats naturally infected by Oestrus ovis (Linne 1761).
    Context Sensitive Links

    Context Sensitive Links
    more options
    Author(s): Nguyen VK, Delverdier M, Jacquiet P, Amardeilh MF, Dorchies P
    Source: REVUE DE MEDECINE VETERINAIRE Volume: 149 Issue: 12 Pages: 1109-1113 Published: DEC 1998
    Times Cited: 1 References: 18 Citation MapCitation Map
    Abstract: Ki-67 proliferation associated nuclear epitope has been identified in epithelial cells of nasal cavities and frontal sinuses of sheep and goats naturally infected (6+6) or not (6+6) by Oestrus ovis larvae, It appeared that infection induces a cell proliferation, The numbers of epithelial cells stained par MIB-1 antibody indicating the presence of Ki-67 epitope are globally multiplied by two in infected sheep whatever the site (p < 0.05). For goats the increases are less important : 45 % for nasal septum, 38 % for turbinates and 40.7 % for frontal sinuses, The differences between infected and non infected are not significant except for the nasal septum (p < 0.05). This weaker reaction in goat than in sheep has already been observed for mast-cells and eosinophils.
    Document Type: Article
    Language: French
    Author Keywords: Oestrus ovis; Ki-67; sheep; goat
    KeyWords Plus: ESTRUS-OVIS; MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY; FRANCE; LARVAE
    Reprint Address: Dorchies, P (reprint author), Ecole Natl Vet, UA INRA Physiopathol Resp Ruminants, 23 Chem Capelles, F-31076 Toulouse 3, France
    Addresses:
    1. Ecole Natl Vet, UA INRA Physiopathol Resp Ruminants, F-31076 Toulouse 3, France
    2. Ecole Natl Vet, UA INRA Securite Alimentaire, F-31076 Toulouse, France

    'LABNOTE', a laboratory notebook system designed for academic genomics groups
    Context Sensitive Links

    View full text from the publisher Context Sensitive Links Go to NCBI for additional information
    more options
    Author(s): Imbert MC, Nguyen VK, Granjeaud S, Nguyen C, Jordan BR
    Source: NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH Volume: 27 Issue: 2 Pages: 601-607 Published: JAN 15 1999
    Times Cited: 10 References: 11 Citation MapCitation Map
    Abstract: We have developed a relational laboratory database system, adapted to the daily book-keeping needs of laboratories that must keep track of information acquired on hundreds or thousands of clones in an effective and user-friendly fashion. Data, whether final or related to experiments in progress, can be accessed in many different ways, e.g. by clone name, by gene, by experiment or through DNA sequence. Updating, import and export of results is made easier by specially developed tools. This system, in network version, serves several groups in our Institute and lover the Internet) elsewhere, and is instrumental in collaborative studies based on expression profiling. It can be used in many similar situations involving progressive accumulation of information on sets of clones or related objects.
    Document Type: Article
    Language: English
    KeyWords Plus: EXPRESSION; HYBRIDIZATION; GENES; IMAGE
    Reprint Address: Jordan, BR (reprint author), CNRS Marseille Luminy, INSERM, Ctr Immunol, ICIM,TAGC Grp, Case 906, F-13288 Marseille 9, France
    Addresses:
    1. CNRS Marseille Luminy, INSERM, Ctr Immunol, ICIM,TAGC Grp, F-13288 Marseille 9, France
    2. IPC, Ctr Therapie Gen, F-13273 Marseille, France
    E-mail Addresses: jordan@ciml.univ-mrs.fr

  5. giaosudom4 said

    Trần Diệp Tuấn có tổng cộng 20 bài ISI, đã được vinh danh trong đây: https://giaosudom.wordpress.com/vi%e1%bb%87n-vinh-danh-nha-khoa-h%e1%bb%8dc/

    Trích:

    chim_nhon đã nói
    Tháng Tám 20, 2010 lúc 2:23 sáng

    @BSL: Hic…, bác đã tra rồi thì ghi hết lên đây để tôi kiểm tra, đỡ mất công. Tìm ứng viên này toát mồ hôi.

    – Tôi tìm được ứng viên đứng tên trong 20 bài ISI, trong đó 8 bài fist author.

    – Ghi nhận ứng viên có 1 bài là first author, là tạp chí tốt:
    For 2009, the journal PAIN has an Impact Factor of 5.371.
    ANESTHESIOLOGY 25 1 Q1
    CLINICAL NEUROLOGY 167 16 Q1
    NEUROSCIENCES 230 34 Q1

    – Tiêu chuẩn: có ít hơn 1/2 ISI papers xếp áp chót bảng xếp hạng của chuyên ngành hẹp ==> passed.

    – Ứng viên đã từng có affiliation:
    Department of Neurology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, USA
    Neurology Research Laboratory, VA Medical Center, 2215 Fuller Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, USA
    Department of Pediatrics, University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Department of Integrative Physiology, National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Myodaiji, Okazaki 444-8585, Japan
    Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
    Univ Tokyo, Fac Med, Dept Pediat, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo 1138655, Japan

    ==> Ứng viên thoả mãn yêu cầu được vinh danh trong Viện Vinh Danh Nhà Khoa Học Việt Nam.

    Kết quả cụ thể:
    Author=(Tran TD) AND Address=(USA OR VIETNAM OR JAPAN)
    Refined by: Subject Areas=( NEUROSCIENCES & NEUROLOGY OR FORESTRY OR GENETICS & HEREDITY OR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES OR GENERAL & INTERNAL MEDICINE OR HEMATOLOGY OR PSYCHOLOGY OR IMMUNOLOGY OR MEDICAL INFORMATICS OR INFECTIOUS DISEASES OR RADIOLOGY, NUCLEAR MEDICINE & MEDICAL IMAGING OR INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION OR LIFE SCIENCES & BIOMEDICINE – OTHER TOPICS OR METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES OR PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY OR MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY OR MICROBIOLOGY OR TOXICOLOGY OR NUTRITION & DIETETICS OR OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY OR ANATOMY & MORPHOLOGY OR OPHTHALMOLOGY OR PLANT SCIENCES OR DERMATOLOGY OR PEDIATRICS OR PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH OR PHYSIOLOGY OR BIODIVERSITY & CONSERVATION OR RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE OR REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OR BIOPHYSICS OR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY – OTHER TOPICS OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE OR SOCIOLOGY OR ANESTHESIOLOGY OR DENTISTRY, ORAL SURGERY & MEDICINE OR SPECTROSCOPY OR BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OR DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY OR THERMODYNAMICS OR CHEMISTRY OR ELECTROCHEMISTRY OR VIROLOGY OR CELL BIOLOGY OR ENERGY & FUELS OR WATER RESOURCES )
    Timespan=All Years.

    1. Title: An inhibitory interaction of human cortical responses to stimuli preferentially exciting A delta or C fibers
    Author(s): Tran, TD; Matre, D; Casey, KL
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE Volume: 152 Issue: 3 Pages: 798-808 Published: 2008
    Times Cited: 0

    2. Title: Face representation in the human primary somatosensory cortex
    Author(s): Nguyen, BT; Tran, TD; Hoshiyama, M, et al.
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Volume: 50 Issue: 2 Pages: 227-232 Published: OCT 2004
    Times Cited: 18

    3. Title: Microneurographic study of C fiber discharges induced by CO2 laser stimulation in humans
    Author(s): Qiu, YH; Fu, Q; Wang, XH, et al.
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS Volume: 353 Issue: 1 Pages: 25-28 Published: 2003
    Times Cited: 3

    4. Title: Pain processing within the primary somatosensory cortex in humans
    Author(s): Inui, K; Wang, XH; Qiu, YH, et al.
    Source: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE Volume: 18 Issue: 10 Pages: 2859-2866 Published: NOV 2003
    Times Cited: 33

    5. Title: Sensory perception during sleep in humans: a magnetoencephalograhic study
    Author(s): Kakigi, R; Naka, D; Okusa, T, et al.
    Source: SLEEP MEDICINE Volume: 4 Issue: 6 Pages: 493-507 Published: NOV 2003
    Times Cited: 17

    6. Title: Electrical-induced pain diminishes somatosensory evoked magnetic cortical fields
    Author(s): Tran, TD; Hoshiyama, M; Inui, K, et al.
    Source: CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY Volume: 114 Issue: 9 Pages: 1704-1714 Published: 2003
    Times Cited: 8

    7. Title: Effects of sleep on pain-related somatosensory evoked magnetic fields in humans
    Author(s): Wang, XH; Inui, K; Qiu, YH, et al.
    Source: COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH Volume: 17 Issue: 2 Pages: 388-399 Published: JUL 2003
    Times Cited: 0

    8. Title: Cerebral responses following stimulation of unmyelinated C-fibers in humans: electro- and magneto-encephalographic study
    Author(s): Kakigi, R; Tran, TD; Qiu, YH, et al.
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Volume: 45 Issue: 3 Pages: 255-275 Published: 2003
    Times Cited: 27

    9. Title: Effects of sleep on pain-related somatosensory evoked potentials in humans
    Author(s): Wang, XH; Inui, K; Qiu, YH, et al.
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Volume: 45 Issue: 1 Pages: 53-57 Published: JAN 2003
    Times Cited: 13

    10. Title: Cerebral activation by the signals ascending through unmyelinated C-fibers in humans: A magnetoencephalographic study
    Author(s): Tran, TD; Inui, K; Hoshiyama, M, et al.
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE Volume: 113 Issue: 2 Pages: 375-386 Published: 2002
    Times Cited: 25

    11. Title: Effects of attention, distraction and sleep onCO(2) laser evoked potentials related to C-fibers in humans
    Author(s): Qiu, YH; Inui, K; Wang, XH, et al.
    Source: CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY Volume: 113 Issue: 10 Pages: 1579-1585 Published: 2002
    Times Cited: 13

    12. Title: Preferential stimulation of A delta fibers by intra-epidermal needle electrode in humans
    Author(s): Inui, K; Tran, TD; Hoshiyama, M, et al.
    Source: PAIN Volume: 96 Issue: 3 Pages: 247-252 Published: APR 2002
    Times Cited: 43

    13. Title: Pain-related magnetic fields evoked by intra-epidermal electrical stimulation in humans
    Author(s): Inui, K; Tran, TD; Qiu, YH, et al.
    Source: CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY Volume: 113 Issue: 2 Pages: 298-304 Published: FEB 2002
    Times Cited: 26

    14. Title: Conduction velocity of the spinothalamic tract following CO2 laser stimulation of C-fibers in humans
    Author(s): Tran, TD; Inui, K; Hoshiyama, M, et al.
    Source: PAIN Volume: 95 Issue: 1-2 Pages: 125-131 Published: 2002
    Times Cited: 25

    15. Title: Conduction velocity of the spinothalamic tract in humans as assessed by CO2 laser stimulation of C-fibers
    Author(s): Qiu, YH; Inui, K; Wang, XH, et al.
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS Volume: 311 Issue: 3 Pages: 181-184 Published: 2001
    Times Cited: 17

    16. Title: The gene copy ratios of SMN1/SMN2 in Japanese carriers with type I spinal muscular atrophy
    Author(s): Tran, TD; Kroepfl, T; Saito, M, et al.
    Source: BRAIN & DEVELOPMENT Volume: 23 Issue: 5 Pages: 321-326 Published: AUG 2001
    Times Cited: 1

    17. Title: A new method for measuring the conduction velocities of A beta-, A delta- and C-fibers following electric and CO2 laser stimulation in humans
    Author(s): Tran, TD; Lam, K; Hoshiyama, M, et al.
    Source: NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS Volume: 301 Issue: 3 Pages: 187-190 Published: 2001
    Times Cited: 32

    18. Title: Varicella-associated acute necrotizing encephalopathy with a good prognosis
    Author(s): Tran, TD; Kubota, M; Takeshita, K, et al.
    Source: BRAIN & DEVELOPMENT Volume: 23 Issue: 1 Pages: 54-57 Published: MAR 2001
    Times Cited: 7

    19. Temporal summation of heat pain in humans: Evidence supporting thalamocortical modulation. Tran, T.D., Wang, H., Tandon, A., Hernandez-Garcia, L., Casey, K.L. 2010 Pain 150 (1), pp. 93-102

    20. Chapter 12 Cortical mechanisms mediating acute and chronic pain in humans Casey, K.L., Tran, T.D. 2006 Handbook of Clinical Neurology 81, pp. 159-177,I-III

  6. giaosudom4 said

    Bà Châu Ngọc Hoa: ISI = 0:
    Ông Lê Văn Chánh mới là thạc sĩ nên xin miễn tìm hiểu.

  7. PhD, MD Micheal said

    You are …. (crude words were deleted – JIPV). I cant believe that you …. (crude words were deleted – JIPV) listed him as Incompetent Professors. So … (crude words were deleted – JIPV)!!! As a grad student at UCLA and currently working at UCLA hospital, i believe that he’s one of the best neurosurgeon in Vietnam, according to my Pr at Johns Hopkins too. You …(crude words were deleted – JIPV) are all the …(crude words were deleted – JIPV) people who cant be Pr like him. Go home and play with your (crude words were deleted – JIPV)!!!
    ——————–
    Giaosudom@: Thank you for your comment. This comment is unexpected, since your words are so crude. It took us much time to edit what you wrote. Are you actually a graduate student? If so, you should not returned to VN after studying, because actual scholars in VN could not accept such a crude person as you; Somali may be a suitable destination for you. Regarding your idol, please show us your evidence to prove that he is a competent one. We are waiting for your response. You, still a graduate one, may be immature, so we strongly recommend you to learn good things in the following links:

    https://giaosudom.wordpress.com/2010/09/07/tr%C6%B0%E1%BB%9Dng/

    more precisely,

    https://giaosudom.wordpress.com/2010/08/06/d%E1%BA%B7ng-v%E1%BA%A1n-ph%C6%B0%E1%BB%9Bc-gs-ts-hi%E1%BB%87u-tr%C6%B0%E1%BB%9Fng-dh-y-d%C6%B0%E1%BB%A3c-tphcm-uvhdhh-nganh-y/comment-page-1/#comment-2468

    Since you are still immature, you really hope you will be able to understand what is right or wrong, and will not consider Somali as your final destination. Good luck!

    • PhD, MD Micheal said

      well, Do i need to be mature talking with you ….(rude words – JIPV)? ……….. (rude words – JIPV) and yet, i dont have to prove that i’m a graduated student or not. And you should know that UCLA cant issue a fake MD diploma. As a currently doctor at UCLA hospital, i do not think that i’ll return to VN for working.

      In 1991, He was studying in French after graduated for 3 or 5 years, specialized in Neurosurgeon. And in 2005 he was working in a French hospital as a MD not an internship. There are many personal reason that i cant say it in the public.

      P/S: his ex wife was the best Neuro otolaryngologist in VN, who studied in French also.
      Make sure that you (rude words – JIPV) have to research people say something about one person. Good Luck!
      —————————–
      ME3: Please show the evidence for what you claimed! Your rude words are not welcomed. You should know that JIPV do not need to have many comments. A journal must be different from a forum. We will not be patient if your next comment is the same as before. Thank you.

      https://giaosudom.wordpress.com/

      9. Comments chứa những từ ngữ khiếm nhã, thiếu văn hóa (bọn, chúng mầy, chúng nó, chúng ông, tao,…) sẽ bị xóa lập tức và nick bị cấm vĩnh viễn.
      ————————
      ME2: Hi Micheal! Your English is so poor. I strongly recommend that one should use either good Vietnamese or good English to write comments in JIPV. The comments by a poor language should be deleted. Micheal! Other people seemed very polite to you! To me, you did not deserve it. Please show us the proofs of your claims!

      • Sam Son said

        Yeah! even the name Micheal is weird! Never heard or seen in the whole world! Must be every talented or stupid to possess that name! Besides, Micheal’s English is…..poor, really poor, full of grammatical errors in terms of formal writing on a forum like this. This makes me thinking of his prescription to the patients….ha ha ha…R U sure U R a UCLA doctor?

Trả lời

Mời bạn điền thông tin vào ô dưới đây hoặc kích vào một biểu tượng để đăng nhập:

WordPress.com Logo

Bạn đang bình luận bằng tài khoản WordPress.com Đăng xuất / Thay đổi )

Twitter picture

Bạn đang bình luận bằng tài khoản Twitter Đăng xuất / Thay đổi )

Facebook photo

Bạn đang bình luận bằng tài khoản Facebook Đăng xuất / Thay đổi )

Google+ photo

Bạn đang bình luận bằng tài khoản Google+ Đăng xuất / Thay đổi )

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: