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'


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


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


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


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

Healing wounds of the Vietnam War through LA nature


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


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


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


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.