Identity

The Hidden Scars All Refugees Carry

The following oped by Viet Thanh Nguyen was originally published by The New York Times. Many people have characterized my …(read more)

The Unquiet Daughter

Danielle Flood’s memoir, The Unquiet Daughter, will be released on September 1, 2016.  ABOUT THE BOOK Danielle Flood, a journalist born …(read more)

Viet Thanh Nguyen: The Immigrant’s Fate Is Everyone’s

diaCRITICS editor Viet Thanh Nguyen writes on the rigidity of defined borders and recognizing the importance of immigrants in America’s history. This …(read more)

Andrew Lam’s April 30th Speech

diaCRITIC Andrew Lam gave this speech in 2014 at a high school where students raised funds to help flood victims …(read more)

Ra Mắt Loạt Bài Văn Chương VƯỢT THOÁT VÙNG RÌA: Những Bài Thơ Mới Của Bảo Phi

Chuyên mục Vượt Thoát Vùng Rìa ra mắt bằng những bài thơ mới của một trong những tác giả yêu …(read more)

Why I Kept My Vietnamese Surname When I Married

Sheila Ngọc Pham discusses why women around the world choose to keep their surnames, including in her context as a Vietnamese …(read more)

Loạt bài Văn chương Người Mỹ gốc Việt trên DiaCRITICS :: 2015 và hơn nữa

Lời mở đầu của Dao Strom (Biên tập viên/Giám tuyển loạt bài) và  Nguyễn Thanh Việt (Tổng biên tập) cho VƯỢT THOÁT …(read more)

Images of America: Vietnamese in Orange County

Images of America: Vietnamese in Orange County shows how the Vietnamese community has impacted the social, cultural, economic, and political …(read more)

The Odyssey – From Vietnam to America: An Interview with Vân-Ánh Võ

New America Media editor and diaCRITIC Andrew Lam interviews composer Vân-Ánh Võ. The following article was originally printed on New America …(read more)

Starting a Queer Revolution

In 2014, Aiden Nguyễn arrived in Saigon. Coming from New York, he was surprised by the lack of a unified …(read more)

Vietnamese in Germany

diaCRITIC Linh Dinh reports on the current state of Vietnamese refugees living in Germany.  There are about 140,000 Vietnamese in …(read more)

From 1960s Saigon to 1975 London: Marcelino Truong’s Graphic Novels

Nora A. Taylor reviews Vietnamese-French illustrator Marcelino Truong’s graphic novels, including Une si jolie petite guerre, which brings to life 1960s …(read more)

The Curation of a Space :: Dao Strom Speaks to Stacey Tran

Stacey Tran is a poet, artist, and event-organizer based in Portland, OR. She is the curator for HOLDING SPACE, a …(read more)