Artwork in headers by Trang T. Lê.
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Harvested only a few weeks ago. / Slumped over and exhausted, grain / Lay upon grain, shivering in the / Nakedness of the woven plastic bag
Just as the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean come together and become undistinguishable at some point, I am equally immersed in both Vietnamese and English.
Deputy Editor Sydney Van To talks to Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint about Burmese cosmology, endings and beginnings, nationalism, and literary representation.
News from Việt Nam ►Remains of 200,000 Vietnam War soldiers still missing, 300,000 unidentified ►Vietnam among top destinations for American retirees ►Vietnam sees Jan-July trade surplus at...
We were ready to be anything—except who we were. There was no place for us in nineties Germany.
My mom used to remind me of a Vietnamese folktale when I was a little girl, for those times I wasn’t perfectly obedient. “You should be careful,” my mom would say. “The gods could turn you into a pineapple.”
i am the eldest daughter of an eldest daughter of an eldest daughter
News outside Việt Nam ►Vietnamese Automaker VinFast Plants an Electric Foot in the American Market News from Việt Nam ►Energy-efficient buildings on the rise in Vietnam ►Indian naval...
Examining the connections between Guam, Vietnam, and Israel-Palestine, Evyn Lê Espiritu Gandhi engages in what she calls "archipelagic history," tracing “connections between spaces on the seeming margins of grand historical narratives in order to draw attention to South-South relations.” Archipelago of Resettlement moves between historical and cultural analysis, rejecting the constraints of positivist approaches to social sciences.
Departing from existing scholarship, Drawn Swords joins a growing trend to re-examine modern Vietnamese and Vietnamese-American history through the lens of the Republic of South Vietnam.