Monthly Archives: November 2010

First Take: “New Voices From Vietnam” Film Series

I've gone to two of the "New Voices from Vietnam" film series events in Los Angeles, the opening night screening of Phan Dang Di's...

Bao Phi on a Decade of Asian Am Spoken Word

Bao Phi has been a visionary performance poet since 1991, and is the best Vietnamese spoken word artist out there, period. Heck, he's in the...

‘Quiet As They Come’—An Interview With Author Angie Châu

diaCRITICS is reposting this interview which originally appeared at New America Media. You can also check out the diaCRITICS review of Angie's book. San Francisco...

Ho Down: Long March’s ‘Ho Chi Minh Trail Project’

  This entry is a snapshot of the Phnom Penh, Cambodia leg of the Ho Chi Minh Trail project, an internationally traveling exchange of artists...

A teacher’s reach—offering a new culture, new possibilities

diaCRITICS reposts this essay by Andrew Lam, the co-founder of New America Media. This piece is adapted from "My Teacher, My Friend" in his...

Conjurer of Destinies: Monique Truong’s Bitter in the Mouth

diaCRITICS will periodically post blogs from other places. This reposted review is by guest blogger Thuy Dinh, a practicing attorney and the editor of the...