Top Five Most Critical of September 2013

It’s here! The Top Five most read posts of September on diaCRITICS! Read your favorites again or discover something you’ve overlooked. In the past we’ve had a Top Ten, but this time we wanted to change things up a bit with a Top Five for every month. So, stay tuned to see which posts make it to the top! 

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Here are the posts that got the most views, in ranked order, for September. Be sure to check out the Top Five Most Critical Posts of All Time for diaCRITICS as well.

1. Suboi, Viet Nam’s Female Rapper



2. Vietnamese Accent Marks, More Than Deep-Ink: In Conversation with Viet Nguyen 



3. Contemporary Vietnamerican Art at the Maier Museum of Art 



4.  Anvi Hoàng Bình luận/ Reviews Stateless by Đức Nguyễn



5. Big Mac Won’t Satify Vietnamese Desire for Human Rights




Here is the New Top Five of All Time for diaCRITICS. Columnist Jade Hidle’s post about German Olympic medalist Marcel Nguyen climbed to #1, while “Singer Cathy Nguyen feature in New York Times” is at #2.

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



2. Singer Cathy Nguyen featured in New York Times


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

Mourners at the side of Bà Đặng Thị Kim Liêng
Mourners at the side of Bà Đặng Thị Kim Liêng


4. Ru, a novel by Kim Thuy



5. Democratic Kampuchea’s Genocide of the Cham

Julie Thi Underhill's 'Democratic Kampuchea's Genocide of the Cham'
Julie Thi Underhill’s ‘Democratic Kampuchea’s Genocide of the Cham’




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