Christopher Goscha’s new book is the first comprehensive survey of Vietnam’s modern history to be published in English in more than thirty years.
Fifty years after the spraying of Monsanto’s Agent Orange in Vietnam, one actor still alive is Henry Kissinger, who turned ninety-three in May 2016.
The Sympathizer is bold, bright, ambitious, and beautiful – nine stories written from an array of viewpoints.
Friction is nothing new in Vietnam-China relations, which have always ebbed and flowed between brotherly comradeship and outright war.
We sit looking at the screen. ‘PM lauds communist youth’ looks back at us. We’re unhappy.
My father’s improvised experiments with Vietnamese cuisine were declared a success by family in Dublin, but what on earth would a Vietnamese foodie make of it?
Vietnam lies at the wrong end of the Mekong River when it comes to food and water security.
Vietnamese-American literature fulfills the function of ethnic writing – proof of acceptance, no matter how grudgingly, by other Americans.
I would forever remember Dan’s silence. Silently loving me. Silent before my family’s insults and dissuasion.
It will take fifty years to restore the marine ecosystem of Vietnam’s central coast after a massive fish die-off caused by Taiwan’s Formosa Plastics Corporation.