The government-sponsored conference on the Long Wall. I'm seated under the red arrow. This photo appeared in local newspapers and the images were broadcast on Vietnamese television.
Across the aisle from me sat the aged communist leaders.
Mr Binh (left) and Mr Son (right) at the conference.
One of several delightful group dinners.
Beautiful Quang Ngai countryside, and one of the last things I tweeted before the police came.
Secret police. Officer Dinh Xuan Sang and officer Dinh Van Hanh were the first to arrive. As 'christian hunters' they root out protestants in minority villages for harassment and interrogation. They would reappear later in police uniform.
One of many police escorts corralling me.
Police raid a private residence and threaten and arrest students who are praying together. I have blurred the identities of victims in the following photos to protect them.
I visited this minority village in 2008 as part of my research for Insight Guide Vietnam 2009. Pictured here is a simple church where the village worshipped.
Cold, wet, hungry, impoverished, and now these Christian minority children have no church.