Contributing writer Jade Hidle reflects on the role of reading in her own childhood, and speaks to Bao Phi and Thi Bui about their...
diaCRITIC Jade Hidle visits the Vietnamese Focus: Generation of Stories exhibition, created by UC Irvine's Vietnamese Oral History Project. This immersive exhibit features photographs, videos,...
diaCRITIC Jade Hidle reviews Quan Barry's fiction debut, She Weeps Each Time You're Born, a novel that merges together Vietnamese history, magical realism, and heaps of dream-like imagery.
diaCRITIC Jade Hidle reviews Qui Nguyen's exciting, hilarious, and moving play Vietgone. The play follows the love story of Nguyen's parents, and uses humor to discuss...
Nhat unapologetically confronts the larger social context surrounding his personal background as an orphan survivor of the U.S. war in Viet Nam. In “The Racism I Go Through,” Nhat cuts through today’s oftentimes evasive and murky racial discourse by posing the question, “It’s 2014 and people are still this dumb? Fuck me!”
Hit movie "How To Fight in Six Inch Heels" arrives in the US! Jade Hidle tells us about it. Go see this movie! If you...
Lac Su, author of I Love Yous are For White People, interviews the rapper Son Nah: "Because I am a rapper, I got the voice to speak the truth, and the truth can’t wait any longer. The Vietnam government is selling our lands and seas to the Chinese government, our farmers and fishermen are suffering…"
To the Communist Party: First, I would like to send my apology for the offensive lyrics of the song (well, being communist, you’re already used to receiving curses), but let me strongly slap this letter on your table in order to get your attention.