by Andrew Lam in San Francisco People take pride in the food they eat, and ethnic communities especially form and retain their identities around their…View More War Over “Authentic” Vietnamese Cuisine
by Tazeen Inam in Mississauga Many leaders of the East who fought to decolonize their countries from Western authoritarian rule were also educated in the…View More Story Revisits Vietnamese Revenge Plot of 1908
by Andrew Lam in San Francisco If all politics are local, then candidate Hillary Clinton may very well need to speak a little Korean and…View More To Win, Hillary Should Speak a Little Tagalog
by Elvira Truglia in Montreal Kim Thuy’s fourth novel continues the author’s style of recalling her own journey to Canada and crossing linguistic and cultural…View More Journey Back to Vietnam Becomes Universal Story
By Susan Korah (@waterlilypool) in Ottawa Haquyen Nguyen remembers that fateful moment 40 years ago as if it happened yesterday. As a teenager in South…View More Land of Hope and Freedom: Vietnamese Canadians Remember Arrival After 40 Years
by Alice Musabende (@amusabende) in Ottawa Most North Americans, at least of a certain age, identify the fall of Saigon in April, 1975, with the news…View More Is the Divisive Bill on Vietnamese Refugees All About the Election?