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Vietnamese America is vibrant, growing and changing. Here are some web resources for more information:

  A good history and timeline can be found at: An Interdisciplinary Curriculum and Resource Guide about the Vietnamese American experience:
www.teachingtolerance.com/vietnamese
 

Useful demographic information and analysis can be found at AsianWeek's The New Face of Asian Pacific America: Numbers, Diversity and Change in the 21st Century:
www.asianweek.com/census/census_home.html

  Andrew Lam’s thoughtful articles and fiction writing can be found at:
www.pacificnews.org/lam/
  Information about author and journalist Nguyen Qui Duc and his KQED radio show, Pacific Time, can be found at: www.kqed.org/radio/about/staff/nguyen.jsp
  kicon.com is a site with much information about the Little Saigon community in Orange County.
  The UC Irvine’s Southeast Asian Archive is one of the major repositories of archival materials and oral histories about the Southeast Asian Americans: www.lib.uci.edu/libraries/collections/sea/sasian.html
  VAALA, the Vietnamese American Arts and Letters Association is a good resource for humanities and arts related topics.
kicon.com/VAALA/
  Vietnamese Studies Internet Resource Center is a “comprehensive information center for those students, scholars, and community members interested in Vietnamese culture and history as well as the adaptation of the Vietnamese diaspora across the world.”
site.yahoo.com/vstudies
 

There are many Vietnamese Student Associations across the country. For more information go to www.thsv.org or contact:

Union of Vietnamese Student Associations of Southern California
P.O. Box 2069
Westminster, CA 92684
Email: contact@thsv.org
Phone: (714) 890-1418

 

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