Trần Bạch Đằng (born Truong Gia Trieu) (1926 – April 16, 2007) was a key figure in planning the 1968 Tet offensive during the Vietnam War, and was the leader of Communist forces in Saigon, the South Vietnamese capital, during that offensive. He was the leading Communist political officer in Saigon and a member of the National Liberation Front Central Committee.
08.03.2011 [Courrier du Vietnam] - ... de dôngs afin de restaurer et de préserver d'anciennes maisons de son quartier antique. Cette somme permettra la restauration des maisons au 102 et 104 de la rue Bach Dang, 05 et 10 de la rue Nguyên Thai Hoc, et 103, 126/2 et 136 de la rue Trân Phu.
07.03.2011 [RedOrbit] - LogiGear Corporation will officially open its Software Testing and Research Center in the Dana Book Building at 76-78 Bach Dang Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City. The opening ceremony will welcome representatives from Da Nang and Duy Tan