Speakers Tue An
Living place: Ha Noi
Birthday: ?-?-1989 (33 years old)
Population of Vietnam 1989: 64,77 millions
Global rank: #611
Phone number: 0372 214 808
Tue An's real name is Nguyen Thuy Linh, she is a beautiful, gentle woman and always full of life. Currently, Ms. Tue An is not only a psychological consultant, an inspirational speaker, but she is also a CEO of Consulting and Training Co., Ltd. Happiness. With a journey of nearly 5 years as a speaker, she has met, contacted and helped many people who have difficulty in creating family happiness. For her, when her students know how to stabilize their psychology and create their own happiness in their families, that's when she and her team also feel happy and always consider it a motivation. to continue to try harder in the future.
Tue An birthday ?-?-1989 (at the age of 33).
Where is Speakers Tue An's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Tue An was born in Ha Noi, of Vietnam. Ms, whose Zodiac is (don't know), and who Chinese Zodiac is The Snake. Tue An's global rank is 611 and whose rank is 5 in list of famous Speakers. Population of Vietnam in 1989 is about 64,77 millions persons.
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Events in 1989 and 31-2
Events in the world in the birth year of Tue An
- US planes shoot down two Libyan fighters over international waters in Mediterranean (Jan. 4).
- Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini declares author Salman Rushdie's book The Satanic Verses offensive and sentences him to death (Feb. 14).
- Tens of thousands of Chinese students take over Beijing's Tiananmen Square in rally for democracy (April 19 et seq.). More than one million in Beijing demonstrate for democracy; chaos spreads across nation (mid-May et seq.). Thousands killed in Tiananmen Square as Chinese leaders take hard line toward demonstrators (June 4 et seq.).
- Mikhail S. Gorbachev named Soviet President (May 25).
- P. W. Botha quits as South Africa's President (Aug. 14).
- Deng Xiaoping resigns from China's leadership (Nov. 9).
- After 28 years, Berlin Wall is open to West (Nov. 11).
- Czech Parliament ends Communists' dominant role (Nov. 30).
- Romanian uprising overthrows Communist government (Dec. 15 et seq.); President Ceausescu and wife executed (Dec. 25).
- US troops invade Panama, seeking capture of General Manuel Noriega (Dec. 20).