Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tracing My Parents’ Footsteps

In this three-post series, Hoai Huong reflects upon her life as in the United States and how she comes to understanding her own identity...

‘Past Present | Future Imperatives: Queer Space Time’ Opens in Los Angeles

And now diaCRITICS puts on dancing shoes (and a favorite old song or two) to announce a multitalented showcase gala event, kicking off a...

Phạm Ngọc Lân’s ‘Vietnamese Chronicle’: Photos of Life in Cambodia

diaCRITICS is excited to find this work by Phạm Ngọc Lân featured at Invisible Photographer Asia, a blog on street photography and visual journalism in Asia....

lê thị diễm thúy’s ‘Tear the Pages Out: Fragments from the Gangster Tour’

diaCRITICS occasionally features guest blogs and reprints. This essay by lê thị diễm thúy originally appeared at Powells Books, as a feature to accompany her...

Quyen Truong on ‘Art-Smart’ — Art, Education, and Social Justice

Here diaCRITICS reprints Quyen Truong's guest blog post on being Art-Smart, her contribution on the role of art in one artist's life. As she explains,...

Jade Hidle: The New Reign of Nah Nguyen, Saigonese Rap Royalty

diaCRITIC Jade Hidle reviews the new album of Saigon rapper Nah Nguyen. With Vietrap No1tuLoveR, Nah Nguyen makes his U.S. debut.  His different kind...