Top Ten Most Critical of November 2012

The Top Ten most read posts of November on diaCRITICS, for your reading enjoyment. Read your favorites again. Or discover something you overlooked.

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Here are the posts that got the most views, in ranked order, for November. Be sure to check out the Top Ten Most Critical Posts of All Time for diaCRITICS as well, which includes six new additions to the Top Ten.

1. Jade Hidle: On a Vietnamese Suicide, What I Want to Say Is…

2. What Happened In October 2012: Some News and Events

3. Maika Elan Photographs the Loving Gays of Viet Nam

4. Nguyen Chi Thien, Dissident Poet, Dies

5. Treacherous Subjects: Gender, Culture and Trans-Vietnamese Feminism

6. Transnationalizing Viet Nam: Community, Culture, Politics and the Diaspora

7. transformART: Reduce, Recycle, Reimagine–Exhibit Opens

8. Congratulations to Photographic Artist An-My Lê for Winning a MacArthur “Genius” Award

9. The Gift of Freedom: War, Debt, and Other Refugee Passages

10. 101 Changemakers: Radicals and Rebels Who Changed US History

Here is the New Top Ten of All Time for diaCRITICS. Columnist Jade Hidle’s post about German Olympic medalist Marcel Nguyen climbed to #2, while “Luke Nguyen in Viet Nam” returns to the top ten.

1. Singer Cathy Nguyen featured in New York Times

2. Jade Hidle: Olympic Silver Medalist Marcel Nguyen, and Me

3. On Thích Quảng Đức, Bà Đặng Thị Kim Liêng, and Self-Immolation

4. Ru, a novel by Kim Thuy

5. Democratic Kampuchea’s Genocide of the Cham

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

7. Dark Tourism to Pulau Galang

8. Jade Hidle: The New Reign of Nah Nguyen, Saigonese Rap Royalty

9. Luke Nguyen in Viet Nam: Vietnamese Cuisine Goes Global

10. #FREEVIETKHANG: Singer Viet Khang Protests the Vietnamese Government

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