After Saigon |

New generation of Vietnamese art explores past, pushes boundaries

Courtesy of Trinh Mai
| We sit down with three Vietnamese American artists who are using art to explore new territory: family, memory, silence.

Cambodians in Long Beach mark genocide: 'These are the survivors'

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The Vietnam War also spilled over into Cambodia. Today, a community in Long Beach comes to terms with the tragedy that sent thousands fleeing.

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From Saigon to Ho Chi Minh: a city transforms, holding to its past

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Saigon is transforming itself into an economic power in Southeast Asia, striving to balance communist rule and changing political dynamics.

A new Little Saigon emerges as food, cultural scene evolves

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Second-generation Vietnamese-Americans are bringing new flavor to Orange County community.

Healing wounds of the Vietnam War through LA nature

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Refugees from Vietnam brought with them memories of conflict and war – presenting challenges to a community finding its footing in a new country.

Mental health healing continues among Vietnam War survivors

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Healing the wounds of the Vietnam War in Orange County: Clinical psychologist Suzie Dong Matsuda on the continuing impact of the war on survivors

How the Vietnam War shapes US military, foreign policy today

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Historian and veteran Andrew Bacevich discusses the continued impact of the Vietnam conflict on U.S. military policy.

Decades after war in Laos, Hmong refugees build new lives in US

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The Vietnam war was felt far beyond its borders. The conflict spilled into neighboring countries and forced around 100,000 Hmong to the US from across Southeast Asia.