Gender roles in Vietnamese culture, domesticity, saving face and subversion–all in 7 minutes with Thao Nguyen.
Vietnamese Australian Tan Le’s heartfelt account on how the women in her family rebuilt their lives after fleeing Vietnam.
The Cambodian government bans foreign men from marrying Cambodian women unless they are 50 years or younger and have a monthly income of at least $2550. Should Vietnam do the same?
Hatred and violence has become common nature in America. What can we do to reflect upon our violent past and grow beyond our animosity? Here is my proposition.
This past year, Nhu Tien Lu helped human trafficking survivors restore normalcy to their lives at a re-integration center in northern Vietnam. These are her reflections and a re-telling of the stories she encountered.
As a nominee to the 9th Circuit Court, Jacqueline Nguyen is an example of how Vietnamese Americans are growing in their civic, political, legislative, and now judicial voices.
Op-ed: Coffee shops should be selling drinks, not playing to prurience. When baristas are working topless, you’ve crossed the line and demeaned the worker.
Congratulations to Kelly Truong Banh, who took home the Miss Congeniality and 2nd Runner Up title at the Miss national US Scholarship Partnership.
In honor of What Will Be Your Legacy month, we discuss an aspect of our culture that can be improved and ask readers to ask themselves “What will be my legacy?”
Oftentimes, love and criticism go together. To fully embrace our Vietnamese heritage, we must be willing to rectify the bad, as well as nurture the good.