Travel

Interview with Linh Dinh: Poetry, Politics, and “Postcards”

Tahseen Alkhateeb interviews American poet and diaCRITIC Linh Dinh. This interview was originally published in Arabic in Al Arab, a daily newspaper published in London. Though you were born in Saigon, you spent most of your life in the US. Do you consider yourself as an American poet? Yes, very much so. A writer is defined by his language, above …(read more)

Phỏng vấn Andrew X. Pham: “Ngôn từ thuộc về mọi người”

Andrew X. Pham có một nghề thú vị. Được đào tạo để trở thành kỹ sư, anh bỏ việc để …(read more)

Vietnam in the U.S.A.

diaCRITIC Linh Dinh has been traveling to various parts of America for his project Postcards from the End of America, a compilation of photos …(read more)

Paisley Rekdal và chuyện ‘Cơn thịnh nộ của con lai’ ở Hà Nội, Việt Nam

diaCRITICS thỉnh thoảng đăng những blog khách mời. Bài viết về Cơn thịnh nộ của con lai được đăng nguyên gốc …(read more)

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 …(read more)

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 …(read more)

Anvi Hoàng’s travelog: In meditation in Đà Lạt: Một thoáng tĩnh

The search for childhood memory is a tricky journey. Anvi has tried more than one time and eventually found her …(read more)

Jade Hidle: Top Chef Serves Up “Authentic” Vietnamese Food

Because cuisines are embedded within cultural identities, the question of “authenticity” and “authority” in creating Vietnamese food is a complex …(read more)

Postcard from the End of America: North Philly

diaCRITIC Linh Dinh has been traveling to various parts of America for his project Postcards from the End of America, a compilation of photos …(read more)

Jade Hidle: On the Road in Vietnamese America—Washington, D.C.

diaCRITIC Jade Hidle takes us on the road from Little Saigon and Southern California all across to DC and the …(read more)

Interview with Andrew X. Pham: “Words Belong to Everyone”

Andrew X. Pham has had an interesting career. An engineer by training, he left his job to bike along the …(read more)

Cam Vu Reviews Aimee Phan’s ‘The Reeducation of Cherry Truong’

Since the 2004 publication of her acclaimed short story collection We Should Never Meet, Aimee Phan has proven herself as …(read more)

Paisley Rekdal on ‘Biracial Rage’ in Hanoi, Viet Nam

diaCRITICS will periodically have guest blogs. This essay on biracial rage originally appeared at Anapessimistic, the blog by poet, essayist, …(read more)