Roundtable Facebook Live Q&A with Ham Tran, renowned director of Journey From the Fall, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Pulitzer prize-winning author of The Sympathizer, Jeffrey Chin and Paul Kwo. This discusses the importance of sharing Vietnamese “boat people” stories from the Vietnamese perspective, how to communicate with the older generation as they gradually open up about their past and preserving our heritage
Examining ‘Resettled Spaces’ and home-making, this exhibition tells the achievements of An Việt foundation (a centre in Hackney for Vietnamese people including refugees) and the Vietnamese community in the UK.
NPR interview with Kim Thúy, Canadian Vietnamese author of Ru, autobiographical novel in which memories are shuffled back and forth to tell the story of a 10-year-old born in Saigon during the 1968 Tet Offensive.
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Sharing stories of hope, suffering, resilience and triumph – through the eyes of Vietnamese “Boat People” themselves.
When Vietnamese boat arrivals escalated dramatically in 1979, with more than 54,000 arrivals in June alone, boat ‘pushbacks’ became routine and thousands of Vietnamese may have perished at sea as a result. Read more via the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.