Glitter, 70, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was known as a "glam rocker" in the 1970s for his flamboyant clothes and performing style.
He sold 18 million records with hits like "I'm the Leader of the Gang," "I Love You Love Me Love" and "Rock 'n' Roll." He was charged with six counts of indecent assault, one count of administering a drug to facilitate sexual intercourse and one count of sexual intercourse with a girl under age 13, the Crown Prosecution Office said.
According to Am Cham Vietnam, middle and affluent class in Vietnam will double in size between 20, from 12 million to 33 million.
The cost of living is a lot cheaper in Vietnam, including its labor, living and marketing cost for startups, as its Big Mac index updated on January 2017 shows that Big Mac in Vietnam costs just US$ 2.66, compared to US$ 5.06 in the U. Leveraging its low-cost labor and proximity to China, many Chinese companies have expanded into Vietnam starting in the early 2000s.
Children pestered parents for photos with drag queens, the parade a movable pin cushion of selfie sticks, and even the green-uniformed police contingent appeared more amused than confronted.
In fact, the Communist nation may well have been witnessing an expression of the new normal: just two months ago, 5,000 people converged in the same place in the wake of the US Supreme Court decision to legalise same-sex marriage.
With many suspecting it to be a deliberate set up by Uniqlo to market their brand.
Uniqlo later officially denied this, although the publicity that the video brought the brand was certainly very welcome.
There was wide skepticism among the general public about the validity of the video.Zalo app is the same thing, the Vietnam version of Wechat / Line.In Thailand some Line users can scan around themselves too, but only certain phones seem to get that feature."Such public expressions of LGBT identity are being challenged throughout South-East Asia," the 23-year-old said."Pride events have continuously been shut down in Shanghai and Beijing, too."What's important is that we were able to march on the street and publicly show our identity and express ourselves."I'm proud to be living in Vietnam at this time and witnessing such a dramatic change."The Rainbow Walk, as the march was known, was the crowning event of Ho Chi Minh City's third annual Viet Pride festival, held over three days and organised by the LGBT advocacy group, Information Collecting and Sharing (ICS).The organisation also helps to coordinate similar events in 23 other provinces throughout the country.Outside of the tourist areas it gets a lot more normal.