In celebration of Vietnamese Teacher’s Day, an ode to ESL Teachers in Vietnam (November 20th), brought to you by Chim
The Asian Law Caucus is hosting two free legal clinics on workers’ rights and related labor issues for low-income members of the Vietnamese community. Come by on November 13 or December 11 in San Jose, or November 15 or December 20 in San Francisco.
What if the next Steve Jobs was a little orphaned Vietnamese girl who learned how to program and design at an after school center? No matter how unlikely, it’s possible. Orphan Impact, a nonprofit organization, has been working to bring down technological barriers and teach computer skills to orphans in Vietnam.
Guest blogger Han Hong writes about the value of education in Vietnamese culture and what you can do to give all kids a chance to succeed in Vietnam’s classrooms.
Vietnamese American photographer awarded the MacArthur Genius Fellowship.
A facekini is a not-so-attractive accessory that screams a message louder than a simple fashion faux-pas: Asian people hate dark skin.
Vietnam could be the first Asian country to legalize same-sex marriage.
In part two of our Len Duong series, former camper Ann Vo, now a dentist, discusses how Len Duong motivated her to get involved with the community after growing up around few Vietnamese Americans.
This poignant BBC documentary celebrates the voice of children in the face of tragedy.
The forces of globalization have only intensified the trade in humans. The U.S. State Department says that estimates of those enslaved through human trafficking ranges from 4 million to 27 million.