In the Diaspora: June 2020

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Socio-cultural, literary, and political news and events relating to the Vietnamese diaspora and to Việt Nam.


■ News from the Diaspora ■


Vietnamese couple and their daughter in Worcester die within week from COVID-19
Ngo family deaths COVID-19


Vietnamese actress, Ngo Thanh Van, shines in new Spike Lee’s Vietnam War film
Actress Ngo Thanh Van


■ News from Việt Nam ■


Vietnam Says it Will Ignore Chinese Fishing Ban in South China Sea
Vietnamese fishermen


China Rams Vietnamese Fishing Vessel Near Paracel Islands
Area of conflict in East Sea


Coronavirus: Vietnam upbeat about economic recoveryVietnam COVID-19 recovery


As World Fights COVID-19, Vietnam Picks Up Bombs of Older War
Vietnamese deminer


■ More / Other ■


Op-ed: Chinese Incursions Into Vietnamese Waters, Security Implications for the Region, and the Potential Role of India


Op-ed: Vietnamese leaders, citizens cannot pussyfoot around Chinese aggression and transgression


China, Vietnam Top Virus Response Survey, But for Different Reasons


Twenty-six people have been arrested relating to the 2019 deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants


Op-ed: Some thoughts on Vietnam’s Covid-19 repression


Vietnamese Catholic volunteer groups to help those suffering from the epidemic


In Vietnam’s aging society, homeless women find shelter with nuns


Hanoi-born photographer Pham Huy Trung stumbled on valleys, mountains and seas bathed in first light


Two detained for poisoning 30 dogs, cats


Vietnam Parliament Extends Land Lease Exemptions to Help Farmers


Vietnam to Vote on EU Trade Deal as Economy Emerges from Virus


Op-ed: Vietnam has no choice but to counter China’s cyber thuggery


ASEAN Bloc Fights Impulse to Hoard Medical Goods


Japanese woman spends best years of life helping Vietnamese farmers


Growing Sport for Development in Vietnam


Vietnam star midfielder opens community football center in Hanoi


Op-ed: Vietnam won’t offer Covid privileges to the rich (Last paragraph: “public”)


Stur’s “Saigon at War” Employs Rare Take on U.S., Vietnam Conflict


Why Vietnam’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Won’t Be Like California’s


Why Hong Kong’s untold history of protecting refugee rights matters now in its struggle with China


‘America told us to get over it’: black Vietnam veterans hail Spike Lee film that finally tells their story


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