Posted by Quach Anh Kim (184.108.40.206) on February 09, 2004 at 12:31:20:
In Reply to: Re: My roots - QUACH posted by Micheal J Quach on December 29, 2003 at 09:55:16:
Quach is from China, same with Le, Tran, Do, Duong, and many more. But Vietnam is a very independent country.
QUACH is a descent of Princess Quach A. in Hai Ba Trung Khoi Nghia. 40A.D. Quach live at the border of China and Vietnam, but more to Vietnamese then China. Never a king in Vietnam but a simple common human being who live and serve the Vietnamese Kings. Today Quach is a freeman, long live Quach because Jesus loves those are simple. Quach is more a maverick type of person. great inventors and highest rank in parliment but never a king, one more time Jesus love those that nonerelate to king's name, fame nor richness in wealth. This is one of the advantage being a QUACH. Quach is also mean BONE in Vietnamese. In the bible Moses stays and retired at mount NEBO (bone). BONE on star-trek Dr., It is so disrespectful just to think "grab your crotch". If you can read Vietnamese then visit http://www.vietcadao.com under van hoa.
There are many more of QUACH in Vietnam but the literature stores in Hanoi- Thang Long city. My father Quach heritage they were in the Navy serves the South Vietnam, grandfather was an engineer did marry to Nguyen for a wife. There were bad Quach in the history but not significant to measure to the level of other Vietnamese kings. for 2000 years eversince 40-43A.D. Trung sister the QUACH is existed within Vietnam land. Our original religion is To Tien and Dao Phat- Buddishm. I need your help to dig deep into history what the QUACH have done for Vietnam? not very much for China. We are the very smart group of people, to the westerner they write as Vietnamese in the early time Trung sister is more the migration of Chineses. What QUACH has to do with ANH HUNG XA DIEU - DUONG QUA and HOANG DUNG-the wife.
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