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One linear foot of materials concerning St. Anselm's Cross-Cultural Community Center's Amerasian Services Program, 1991-1994. Includes correspondence, memoranda, brochures and flyers, newsletters, statistical data, and a MA thesis.
Minh Trâm Nguyễn Đào:
Her M.S.W. thesis, Vietnamese young adults' perception of parenting styles and disciplinary practices, California State University, Long Beach, 2002.
Program and flyers for Vietnamese concerts in the Southern California area.
Lindsey Jang, Robert C. Winn & Dorothy Fujita Rony:
Saigon, USA, 2003 documentary film about Orange County's Little Saigon.
Lê Thị Thấm Vân:
Two of her novels: Aâm vọng (2003), and Xứ nắng (2000).
Frances Thế Thủy Nguyễn:
Book of poetry, Em đi sầu ở lại, by Hoàng Thượng Dung, and CD, Trái sầu đau, poems/lyrics by Hoàng Thượng Dung and music composed by Châu Đình An.
"Homeless in Ho Chi Minh City," by Wendy Erd. Ford Foundation Report, Spring 2003.
Nguyễn Ngọc Bích:
Radiologs and cassette recordings of Radio Free Asia broadcasts, August-November 2001.
Vols. 1-10 of Gatilok, ou L'art de bien se conduire, by L'Oknha Suttantaprija (Phnom Penh, 1959-1966) , text in Khmer.
Their 2003 publication: A dream denied: Educational experiences of Southeast Asian American youth: Issues and recommendations, by Katharya Um. The report can be downloaded at http://www.searac.org/pryd-3_11_03.html; printed copies can be ordered from SEARAC (202/667-4690) for $5.00 plus $1.50 shipping.
Vietnamese Catholic Center Hiệp Thông newsletters, 2001-2002; St. Columban Catholic Church weekly bulletin, 2001-2003 and Đặc SanSống Đạo 2002; VNCR Yearbooks, 1999-2003; Searching for a niche: Vietnamese music at home in America, by Phong Nguyen, et al (1995); CSUF Journal of the American Studies Student Association. The American Papers, Fall 2002; additional periodicals and ephemeral materials relating to Vietnamese Catholicism and to Vietnamese American cultural life.
I would like to acknowledge and thank the people who regularly have sent their journals, magazines, and newsletters to the Southeast Asian Archive. We are very grateful for their continuing support:
API Currents (API Youth Violence Center, Oakland, CA); Bách Hợp (Vietnamese Professionals Society, Carmichael, CA); The Bridge (SEARAC, Washington D.C.); Dân Chủ & Phát Triển (Hiệp Hội Dân Chủ và Phát Triển Việt Nam, Warrstein, Germany); Đuốc Từ Bi (Hòa Hảo Buddhist Church, Santa Fe Springs, CA); Friends of the Vietnam Center (Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX); Hiệp Nhất (Santa Ana, CA); Hợp Lưu (Garden Grove, CA); Hương Văn (Trần Sĩ Lâm, Westminster, CA); Hmong Resource Center Email Newsletter (St. Paul, MN); Người Dân (Costa Mesa, CA) ; Ngươi ViệtWeekly English Section (Westminster, CA); Lao Vision (Satjadham); Sưu-Tầm: Bản Tin Người Việt Hải Ngoại (Nguyễn Xuân Sơn, Fairport, NY); Thailand Monitor (Institute of Asian studies; Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok); Văn (San Jose, CA); Văn Hóa (Lý Kiến Trúc, Westminster, CA); Văn Học (Garden Grove, CA); Việt Nam Dân Chủ (Garden Grove, CA).
Our apologies to anyone inadvertently not acknowledged. We are very grateful to all our donors.
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