Vietnamese Australian Tan Le’s heartfelt account on how the women in her family rebuilt their lives after fleeing Vietnam.
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.
David used to be ashamed of his heritage until he ventured back to Vietnam, where the threads of history and culture wove together to form the foundation for his life’s work.
It’s often said that there were three major waves of Vietnamese immigration to America. Long after the start of the final wave, Vietnamese–and many others–still dream of coming to America.
Yes, the stereotype is true, the majority of Vietnamese people have Nguyen (46%) or Tran (13%) as their last name. That’s about 53 million of us.
What does Po the Kung Fu Panda tell us about the way culture is re-packaged and re-interpreted?
Vietnam’s 5 UNESCO-recognized, intangible heritages
The Asian fetish is epitomized in porn, which promises that Asian women want white men to want them, that they want to please white men, and that they prefer to be (culturally, sexually) dominated.
Have you ever wondered how many motorbikes there really are in Vietnam, or how they intertwine with her economic development?