Monthly Archives: October, 2014

Evyn Lê Espiritu Reflects on VietAID in Fields Corner, Boston

Evyn Lê Espiritu shares with us her unique experiences spending time with the students in VietAID, the Vietnamese American Initiative for Development, in which she taught them how to conduct oral histories within their families.

Dao X. Tran Reviews The Last Days In Vietnam

    Dao X. Tran reviews the historical documentary, The Last Days In Vietnam, which premiered on September 5, 2014. The original post was first published...

Paisley Rekdal và chuyện ‘Cơn thịnh nộ của con lai’ ở Hà Nội, Việt Nam

diaCRITICS thỉnh thoảng đăng những blog khách mời. Bài viết về Cơn thịnh nộ của con lai được đăng nguyên gốc trên trang Anapessimistic, là...

October 2014 News and Events

What happened in October 2014: Socio-cultural, literary, and political news and events relating to Viet nam and to the Vietnamese diaspora. Events • The Archaeological Institute...

Top Five Most Critical for August and September

THIS MONTH WE'RE FEATURING THE TOP FIVE MOST CRITICAL POSTS FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS SPECIAL EDITION AND REREAD YOUR...

Luke Nguyễn Tại Việt Nam: Ẩm Thực Việt Vươn Ra Thế Giới

Nguyễn Thanh Việt bàn luận về sô nấu ăn của Luke Nguyễn trên TV và các món ăn Việt Nam anh nấu. For the original English version of this article, click here. Bạn đã đăng ký nhận...

Eric Nguyen Reviews ‘The Lotus and the Storm’ by Lan Cao

In her debut novel, Monkey Bridge, Lan Cao explored a mother-daughter relationship in the aftermath of the Vietnam War, highlighting the generational differences in...

(Im)moveable Feasts—An Interview with Natalia Duong—Part Two

Julie Thi Underhill moderated a discussion in San Francisco following Natalia Duong’s appearance in Trở Về Nước, a collaborative performance with Patricia Nguyen that investigated the notion of home and the politics of memory and migration for women in the Vietnamese American diaspora.

September 2014 News and Events Updates

What happened in September 2014: Socio-cultural, literary, and political news and events relating to Viet nam and to the Vietnamese diaspora. Events • The Archaeological Institute...

(Im)moveable Feasts—An Interview with Natalia Duong—Part One

Recently diaCRITIC Julie Thi Underhill met up with Natalia Duong, a performance artist, choreographer, and scholar who’s recently returned to the Bay Area after...