Streamer Cau Vang
Living place: Lao Cai
Birthday: ?-?-1996 (26 years old)
Population of Vietnam 1996: 73,16 millions
Global rank: #46251
Phone number: updating
Mr. Vang's real name is Quach Son Tung, he is a famous streamer in Vietnam's League of Legends village with high-class Yasuo "dances" and solicitations with famous characters, so the Youtube channel is called Bip Kip. Troll Team of Golden Boy has become a "skill" channel that is loved and watched by many people. Up to now, his channel Bip Kip Troll Team has attracted more than 740 thousand channel subscribers and 156 million views - an extremely impressive number.
Cau Vang birthday ?-?-1996 (at the age of 26).
Where is Streamer Cau Vang's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
Cau Vang was born in Lao Cai, of Vietnam. Mr, whose Zodiac is (don't know), and who Chinese Zodiac is The Rat. Cau Vang's global rank is 46251 and whose rank is 308 in list of famous Streamer. Population of Vietnam in 1996 is about 73,16 millions persons.
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Events in 1996 and 31-2
Events in the world in the birth year of Cau Vang
- Chechens capture 2,000 Russians (Jan. 9). Chechnya peace treaty signed (May 27).
- France agrees to end nuclear testing (Jan. 29). Background: nuclear disarmament
- Britain alarmed by an outbreak of "mad cow" disease (March 20 et seq.).
- UN tribunal charges war crimes by Bosnian Muslims and Croats (March 22). Nations pledge $1.23 billion in aid to rebuild Bosnia (April 22).
- South Africa gets new constitution (May 8).
- Israel elects Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister (May 31).
- Iraqis strike at Kurdish enclave (Aug. 31); after warning, US attacks Iraq's southern air defenses (Sept. 2–3).
- Militant Taliban leaders seize Afghan capital of Kabul (Sept. 27).
- Ethnic violence breaks out in Zairian refugee camps (Oct. 13); Clinton approves plan for UN-backed relief mission for 1.2 million Hutu refugees starving in eastern Zaire (Nov. 13). Hundreds of thousands return to Rwanda (Nov. 15–18).