Monthly Archives: March 2015

Tác phẩm đầu tay đạt giải thưởng: Inside Out & Back Again của Lại...

Cây bút của diaCRITIC Kim-An Lieberman hân hạnh giới thiệu nhà thơ nữ người Mỹ gốc Việt và tiểu thuyết thơ đoạt giải thưởng. Tiểu thuyết thơ Inside out & Back Again (Đi rồi lại về) của Lại Thanh Hà đưa độc giả vào trải nghiệm nhập cư của một đứa trẻ và miền Nam nước Mỹ qua lời kể rất đẹp và đậm chất thơ.

Lien Truong – Sàn Art: Achieving Regional Dialogue (Part 4)

diaCRITIC Lien Truong asked four influential contemporary art spaces in Vietnam to reflect on this previous year and pick an exhibition or event in their programming that had significant impact on their mission and creative cultural climate.

Lien Truong: Art Spaces – Galerie Quynh (Part 3)

diaCRITIC Lien Truong asked four influential contemporary art spaces in Vietnam to reflect on this previous year and an exhibition or event that had significant impact on their mission and creative cultural climate. This series of posts highlights events from Manzi Art Space and Nha San Collective in Hanoi, and Galerie Quynh and San Art in Ho Chi Minh City.
Lost boys in Vietnam

In the Diaspora: February 2015

What happened in February 2015: socio-cultural, literary, and political news and events relating to Viet nam and to the Vietnamese diaspora. Have you subscribed to...

Rapper Nah Nguyen’s “Địt Mẹ Cộng Sản” (DMCS) or “Fuck Communism,” Part 3

Lac Su, author of I Love Yous are For White People, interviews the rapper Son Nah: "Because I am a rapper, I got the voice to speak the truth, and the truth can’t wait any longer. The Vietnam government is selling our lands and seas to the Chinese government, our farmers and fishermen are suffering…"

Rapper Nah Nguyen’s “Địt Mẹ Cộng Sản” (DMCS) or “Fuck Communism,” Part 2

To the Communist Party: First, I would like to send my apology for the offensive lyrics of the song (well, being communist, you’re already used to receiving curses), but let me strongly slap this letter on your table in order to get your attention.