Food

Vietnamese in Germany

diaCRITIC Linh Dinh reports on the current state of Vietnamese refugees living in Germany.  There are about 140,000 Vietnamese in Germany. In Berlin, there’s a large shopping center, Dong Xuan, and a Halong Hotel. In Munich, there’s a hip restaurant, Jack Glockenbach, in a gay neighborhood. In Hanover, there’s a temple with a pagoda and ornate gate. In Dresden, there’s …(read more)

Phỏng vấn tác giả Monique Truong

Christine Lee Zilka và Sunny Woan từ báo Kartika Review (số 15, Xuân 2013) đã có cuộc phỏng vấn sâu …(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)

Luke Nguyễn Tại Việt Nam: Ẩm Thực Việt Vươn Ra Thế Giới

Nguyễn Thanh Việt bàn luận về sô nấu ăn của Luke Nguyễn trên TV và các món ăn Việt Nam anh nấu. For the original English version of this article, click here. …(read more)

(Im)moveable Feasts—An Interview with Natalia Duong—Part Two

Recently diaCRITIC Julie Thi Underhill met up with Natalia Duong, a performance artist, choreographer, and scholar who’s recently returned to …(read more)

(Im)moveable Feasts—An Interview with Natalia Duong—Part One

Recently diaCRITIC Julie Thi Underhill met up with Natalia Duong, a performance artist, choreographer, and scholar who’s recently returned to …(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)

Rhino horns, Tiger Teeth and Why Asians Eat Wildlife to Extinction

Sonny Le reflects on the cultural practice of eating wildlife, emphasizing the need to implement conservation education to the Vietnamese …(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)

Postcard from the End of America: San Jose

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

Deliciously Abundant Daily Life (in Viet Nam, with photos)

Guest author Christina Vo reflects on the varieties of beautiful street scenery in Viet Nam, with photos by Eric Wolfinger, photographer …(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)

Author Interview with Monique Truong

From Kartika Review (Issue 15, Spring 2013), we bring Christine Lee Zilka and Sunny Woan’s in-depth interview with Monique Truong- Vietnamese …(read more)