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Monthly Archives: April, 2014
…Granted, the academic interest in Chăm history and culture, exemplified by recent conferences held in HCMC and Phan Thiết, shows that we are still "on the map" for some scholars, even as we sometimes disappear within the "family" of Việt Nam rubric whereby no indigenous peoples are recognized as such, by the current government.
In this exclusive new diaCRITICIZE, Julie Thi Underhill offers an in-depth introduction to the sometimes fraught relationship between Chăm Americans and Vietnamese Americans. She raises difficult questions, including why Vietnamese and Vietnamese Americans would rather forget the conquest of the Chăm, the continuing existence of the Chăm people, and whether or not the Chăm can be compared to Native Americans.
The search for childhood memory is a tricky journey. Anvi has tried more than one time and eventually found her way, at some cost!...
The I Am Vietnamese Project is a non-profit project dedicated to the collection and publication of short stories about personal and Vietnamese cultural identity....
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