Anh-Tuan Bui

Anh-Tuan Bui Biography(Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Anh-Tuan "Cao Boi" Bui was born on April 10, 1964, in South Vietnam and he is the first Vietnamese-American contestant of the reality series Survivor: Cook Islands which is in its thirteenth season of the reality series Survivor. After the Fall of Saigon he immigrated to the United States with his family.

Anti-war activism

He is anti-war activist within the Vietnamese-American community to return all American soldiers home to their familes from Iraq and Afganistan in exchange to calls for the United States to send econmoic aid to those countries to maintain their own security.

Cao Boi has never been involved in any anti war activities, with any organizations, or planning on doing so in the future. The Cub Scouts of Viet Nam, Boy Scouts of America, United States Army, and Loyal Order Of Moose are the only organizations Cao Boi has ever been involved with.

United States Army

He served in the United States Army 82nd Airborne Division and also is a world-record holder in Marathon Softball where he played for 100 hours.


  • "So what if they go to college? If there's a draft, your ass is going. College! Unless you're a Senator's child"?or a congressman's children, you're going, unless you're Mr. Bush children [sic]. Your lineage is blue or something."

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