Stemming from that, Seven Vien determined to maintain the French presence in Indochina. He was the only one of the leaders of sects loyal to this idea to the end. Since returning to Saigon, I often met Bay Vien. I also got to see his close adviser, Colonel Sang. Sang graduated with a bachelor’s degree in law and after that he was appointed to be the director of the Saigon Police Station – Cholon. Biker on a dark desert highway cool wind in my hair poster. At that time, Sang had no official title but had actual authority. Therefore, he was given the task of organizing the material and was general secretary of the Saigon House of Representatives. At one of my breakfast sessions at the Continental, Sang told me: We are showing the congressmen that we are in charge of Saigon. Organizing the House of Representatives is an initiative of Bao Dai.