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Video: Không Muốn Ăn Thịt Chó (Don't Want to Eat Dog)

"Studying another language is hard. Studying Vietnamese is ridiculous."

Ăn Đu Đủ, aka Dave just launched his blog, Daily Davey where he plans to chronicle his life in Vietnam. For one of his first posts, he wrote and performed a little tune called, Không Muốn Ăn Thịt Chó (Don't want to eat dog) where he sings about the challenges of learning Vietnamese while poking fun at those who think eating dog will give you special powers.

Well done, sir.

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