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A Statement From DVAN for Black Lives

The Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network stands in solidarity with George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, Nina Pop, as well as their grieving families and communities. It is important to recognize that the recent constellation of police brutality is by no means novel, but deeply rooted in the United States’ long genealogy of anti-Black violence and white supremacist logics.

Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network 2018 Fundraiser

Please support DVAN's Fall/Winter 2018 fundraiser. You can help by donating, spreading the word, sharing on social media, and telling your friends and families. Now is a crucial time, in this country and throughout the world, to hear and support underrepresented voices.

We want something from you. What do you want from diaCRITICS?

diaCRITICS wants some good writers. And commenters. And wants to know what the readers want. We're always looking for new writers. Seriously. We ask our...

Fundraiser for Japan: Artist Diem Chau Raffles Her Work

Artist Diem Chau is raising funds for the Japanese Red Cross Society. For $10 a raffle ticket, you get a chance to win some...

Subscriber Drive! Win Prizes for New Readers

It's time for our first subscriber drive. We're looking for 100 new subscribers for diaCRITICS, and we'll be giving away prizes to the 25th,...

Doing Time Has Its Nightmares

Viet Mike Ngo, a writer, an activist, and a prisoner serving a life sentence, gives us a glimpse through the bars and into his...

Free Tickets to Banana 2: Asian American Bloggers Conference

Into blogging? Asian American? Then Banana 2 is the event for you. Check out the press release and video below for the 2nd conference...

Trịnh Công Sơn, Movie Star: A Review of Đất Khổ (Land of Sorrows)

I didn't know Trinh Cong Son was in a movie until I saw Đất Khổ (Land of Sorrows). Filmed in 1971, the movie is set...

Editor’s Picks: Viet Thanh Nguyen’s Top Ten Most Critical

I had this idea for a blog on Vietnamese/diasporic arts, culture, and politics sometime in the early spring of this year. I knew it...