Fighting China Inside and Out —– Đọc bài tiếng Việt —– Vietnam is a small country next to China. That is one … More
—– Đọc bài tiếng Việt —– Once upon a time, an American friend asked me: “I have been to China and Korea … More
—– Đọc bài tiếng Việt —– Human beings act on habits. Things one does everyday are all habitual. That means one can … More
—– Đọc bài tiếng Việt —– Travelling in Việt Nam these days, one could not help but noticing that most local tourists … More
—– Đọc bài tiếng Việt —– Don’t get me wrong. It is not instant noodle I am talking about. It is Instant … More
When I think of textures, I cannot help thinking about the following images. / Khi tôi nghĩ đến “bề mặt”, tôi … More
What’s new and interesting about this project is that it looks at this refugee/minority population through a different lens – it looks at everyday life and the ways in which popular culture and things in the everyday affect the social, cultural, political aspects of a community.
you gonna have to try to make sense of it all, and find a way to integrate your old values versus the new values that you are adding, find a balance or a center, or a sense of self in all this cultural mesh.
http://diacritics.org/2012/vietnamese-opera-in-the-united-states-nam-mo-a-di-da-ph%E1%BA%ADt-celebrated-on-american-stage A version of this article has been published in The Vien Dong Daily News 2012 Lunar New Year Edition. Online … More