Acclaimed Vietnamese American author and journalist Andrew Lam has a new book out. Check out an interview with him here.
Hoangmai Pham escaped from Saigon to the US in 1975, at age 7. Her essay interweaves her family’s history in Vietnam and the US.
“The Tale of Kieu” gets a ballet interpretation.
Come to tomorrow’s readings and support your local Vietnamese literary talents!
I am a foul-mouthed little bastard. And here, my pretty ones, is why you should be too.
Amy Chua has been widely criticized for her controversial memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. Since her book was released earlier this year, she’s become infamous for her intense parenting styles, her depiction of Asian parents, and her criticism of Western parents.
How could you relate and interact with this hyper-textualized world if you couldn’t read or write?
Andrew Lam recalls teenage memories of how his father, once a South Vietnamese general, drove his family all over Belgium to find Waterloo, where his hero, Napoleon, faced defeat.
The Ubud Writers Festival was conceived as part of a healing process after the Bali bombings. Seven years on, the theme is Harmony in Diversity. The festival last October in Ubud, Bali had more than 130 writers from 27 countries. Just to name a few there are poets, writers and artists from the Indonesian archipelago […]