Most Critical of All Time

1. Carina Hoang’s ‘Boat People’: Short Stories, Long Memories

In 1979, in a wooden boat crowded with almost 400 people, Carina Hoang escaped Vietnam with two of her siblings. She is now a doctoral candidate at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. On July 5, Hoang had a launch of Boat People: Personal Stories of the Vietnamese Exodus at the Library of New South Wales. By editing this book, she aims to put a …(read more)

2. Democratic Kampuchea’s Genocide of the Chăm

In 2010, diaCRITICS managing editor Julie Thi Underhill wrote the following in-depth historical and photographic essay about the persecutions of …(read more)

3. Review of Để Mai Tính (Fool for Love) Premiere

A Review of Ðể Mai Tính By Jade Hidle The Garden Grove premiere of director Charlie Nguyen’s latest film Ðể …(read more)

4. Con Rồng Cháu Tiên

The (his)story of Việt Nam is so often told through the war and refugee experience that it may seem like …(read more)

5. Dark Tourism to Pulau Galang

  Do you enjoy reading diaCRITICS? Then please consider subscribing! Many will be familiar with the name Pulau Galang, a tiny …(read more)