Monthly Archives: August 2014

Postcard from the End of America: Wisconsin

diaCRITIC Linh Dinh has been traveling to various parts of America for his project Postcards from the End of America, a compilation of photos and texts to document...

Anvi Hoàng’s travelogue: Người miền Bắc | People from the North

Regional differences pose interesting questions. Here are some reflections from Anvi Hoàng as she traveled for two months in Vietnam from South to North....

Homelessness? Or a Kind of Freedom?

The narrative surrounding diaspora usually depicts the painful loss of one's identity and homeland. Audrey Chin, author of As The Heart Bones Break, challenges this...

August 2014 News and Events

What happened in August 2014: news and events relating to Vietnamese at home and in the diaspora. It’s time for our second subscriber drive. We’re...
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Playwright Don Nguyen: “She’s Terrified of the Speed.”

Late Sunday afternoon, in a hot, sweaty little theater called The Thick House, the Playwright Foundation wrapped up its festival with a reading of playwright Don Nguyen's Sound. It’s a play dominated by silence and fingers flying in your face.

AU-CO TRAN WINS IN OUR SUBSCRIBER DRIVE!

AU-CO TRAN WINS IN OUR SUBSCRIBER DRIVE! diaCRITICS wants to add 100 new subscribers! The 25th, 50th, 75th, and 100th subscribers (and those who referred them) get their...