[tz] Add new timezone for Hanoi Capital, Vietnam

KP khaiphan9x at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 16:37:00 UTC 2019

A country may not have a representative time zone (borrow another country).
The standards seem to have been broken, very unreasonable, I think it is
working according to the arrangement rather than the rules. Today countries
can have one or more separate time zones, according to your inference,
Jakarta of Indonesia has the largest area and population, inferred, all
countries have +7:00 timezones in the neighborhoods must use Asia/Jakarta.
Countries including Cambodia, Laos and South Vietnam (regardless of
agreement) have their own time zones, except North Vietnam. Is it an
omission or bias?

Vào 22:13, Th 2, 18 thg 2, 2019 Clive D.W. Feather <clive at davros.org đã

> Tim Parenti said:
> >> Also pay attention that, because it is the time history of Ho Chi Minh
> >> city not time history of South Vietnam, the rule represent the
> transition
> >> of clock due to change in political status of the city as the city was
> >> being captured by Northern Vietnam.
> > Another very good point ??? and one that's easy to miss! ??? which should
> > probably also be added to the commentary in the file.
> Hmm, do we need another zone for that? Or will there be a string of such
> zones as the border moved south? I don't know the history of Vietnam well
> enough to know.
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