• 363 - Mike Tatarski - Journalism in Vietnam Today

    Michael Tatarski is an American journalist based in Vietnam. Tatarski is the writer of Vietnam Weekly, and served as Editor-in-Chief of Saigoneer, a Ho Chi Minh City-based English news publication, from 2018 to 2022.

    Tatarski's reporting has covered Vietnamese culture, politics, and international relations, including the 2019 Trump-Kim Summit in Hanoi and the COVID-19 outbreak in Vietnam.

    Tatarski has reported on conservation efforts and climate change in Vietnam, particularly on the country's wildlife trafficking trade and the imprisonment of environmental activists. His reporting has appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Vice, The Diplomat, and The Telegraph.

    Mike Tatarski sits down every week with a guest doing unique, important work in - or about - Vietnam to get a panoramic view of this dynamic, increasingly important country through The Vietnam Weekly Podcast.

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    1h 0m - Jul 18, 2024
  • 362 - Mixed Miyagi - Rapper

    Originally from Cần Thơ, Vietnam, Mixed Miyagi was raised in Tampa, Florida, where he was captivated by the Hip Hop Culture. As a biracial immigrant, he holds his Nigerian and Vietnamese roots close to his heart.

    Miyagi expresses his passion for social justice, cultural awareness, lyricism, and clever wordplay. His most viewed music video today, titled “Việt Nam Xin Chào”, which is a nod to his hometown, has garnered over 1 million views on YouTube.

    He received praise for his talents, and for embracing his Vietnamese roots. This is the musical artistry of rap that he continues to inspire the world with. He is also one of the Co-Founders of the Saigon Night Market @saigonnightmarket in Clearwater, Florida, sharing Asian culture and cuisine with the community.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve sat with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


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    1h 12m - Jul 5, 2024
  • 361 - Trung Nguyen - Some Truth About War

    Trung Nguyen is a distinguished former Army Ranger, having served with honor in the elite 2/75th Ranger Regiment. With over 14 years of dedicated law enforcement experience, Trung has served across four diverse departments, including suburban Illinois, the Los Angeles Police Department, and the Chicago Police Department.

    His tenure with the Chicago PD includes five years on the full-time SWAT team, where he excelled as a shield operator, demonstrating exceptional bravery and tactical expertise. Driven by a passion for service and a commitment to excellence, Trung founded We Go Home, a supplement and apparel company that proudly supports military personnel, firefighters, police officers, and first responders.

    The company champions a powerful message: strive to be better than you were yesterday and become an asset to your organization and community, ensuring that everyone goes home safely. Through We Go Home, Trung inspires others to embrace a mindset of relentless improvement, teamwork, and dedication, reinforcing the values that have defined his remarkable career.


    Wegohomesupps.com


    IG Trungbnguyen

    IG Wegohome 

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    51m - Jul 2, 2024
  • 360 - Bob Nguyen - Bad Influence Tattoo

    Bob Nguyen has been a staple of the Vietnamese community since opening the first Vietnamese owned tattoo shop in Orange County, in particular, Little Saigon Westminter California.

    With over 30 years experience in tattoo artistry, Bob still shows love for the art and its apparent in his work. You can still find him tattooing at his shop aptly named Bad Influence Tattoo, established in 2003. 


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    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    1h 3m - Jun 26, 2024
  • 359 - NODEY - A Musical Artist Journey from France to Vietnam

    Nodey is a dynamic Vietnamese-French music DJ, beatmaker and producer whose beats and melodies transcend borders. In this podcast, we explore Nodey's unique soundscapes, blending traditional Vietnamese music with contemporary French influences. From his rise in the French music scene to his early days in Vietnam, Nodey's story is one of cultural innovation, and relentless passion for music and culture.

    We uncover the inspirations behind his genre-defying beats, his creative process, and his vision for the future of music. Whether you're a long-time fan or new to Nodey's work, this conversation offers insight into the life and art of one of today's most intriguing music producers in Vietnam.


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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve sat with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    1h 24m - Jun 24, 2024
  • 358 - Erica Kim - How Were Little Saigons in the U.S. Built?

    Erica Allen-Kim is an assistant professor of architectural history at the University of Toronto. Erica is the author of Building Little Saigon - This work is an in-depth look at the diverging paths of Vietnamese American communities, or “Little Saigons,” in America’s built environment.

    Building Little Saigon examines nearly fifty years of city building by Vietnamese Americans—who number over 2.2 million today. Author Erica Allen-Kim highlights architecture and planning ideas adapted by the Vietnamese communities who, in turn, have influenced planning policies and mainstream practices. Allen-Kim traveled to ten Little Saigons in the United States to visit archives, buildings, and public art and to converse with developers, community planners, artists, business owners, and Vietnam veterans. By examining everyday buildings—who made them and what they mean for those who know them—Building Little Saigon shows us the complexities of migration unfolding across lifetimes and generations.

    In the final days before the fall of Saigon in 1975, 125,000 Vietnamese who were evacuated or who made their own way out of the country resettled in the United States. Finding themselves in unfamiliar places yet still connected in exile, these refugees began building their own communities as memorials to a lost homeland. Known both officially and unofficially as Little Saigons, these built landscapes offer space for everyday activities as well as the staging of cultural heritage and political events.


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    1h 33m - Jun 19, 2024
  • 357 - Peter "Broke the Habit'

    ‘brokethehabit’ or also known as Peter is a Vietnamese-Canadian content creator from Vancouver, BC, CANADA who focuses on heartfelt conversations that resonate with the younger Vietnamese generation.

    Peter mainly focuses on content that questions the norms he was raised with and isn’t afraid to be a walking example of his own brand.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    58m - Jun 17, 2024
  • 356 - Chef David Nguyen Part 2

    David Nguyen is a first generation Vietnamese American Cook and Content Creator. His culinary journey started at a young age.

    Growing up, he'd watch his mom cook to provide for the family—from selling rice plates as a street vendor in Vietnam to cooking for family gatherings. She is his biggest inspiration, and the reason why he cooks today. He's been fortunate to have worked for some of the best restaurants in the country, including The French Laundry.

    David started filming and sharing his recipes on social media in 2020. With some persistence and a little luck, he now has a community of passionate foodies like himself.


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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    59m - Jun 15, 2024
  • 355 - Hồng Anh Nguyễn - Writer + Director

    Hồng Anh Nguyễn is a queer German-Vietnamese writer, director, and editor currently based in Frankfurt am Main and Ho Chi Minh City. Her short film SAIGON KISS premiered at the prestigious International Short Film Festival Clermont-Ferrand and went on to receive a Special Mention Award by the Queer Jury.

    Recently, Hồng Anh directed documentaries for EST Eastern Standard Times, highlighting the voices of modern Vietnamese women. Her work has been funded by British Council Vietnam, Goethe Institute and the Asia-Europe Foundation.

    She is a recipient of the STEP writers' stipend from Hessen Film & Media and a fellow of the Kyoto Filmmakers Lab 2022.

    Hồng Anh Nguyễn's personal website: https://www.honganhnguyen.com/ 

    Updates on Saigon Kiss: https://linktr.ee/saigonkiss 

    Trailer to Saigon Kiss: https://vimeo.com/honganhnguyen/saigonkisstrailereng 



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    1h 2m - Jun 13, 2024
  • 354 - Kevin Boston Cao - Starting From Zero in Hollywood

    Kevin Boston is a Los Angeles-based award-winning director and producer with multiple VMAs/BET nominations. Known for his experience in the entertainment industry, Kevin has produced a diverse range of projects, including music videos, commercials, and films, always with a deep appreciation for storytelling through visual language.

    Kevin sits in the producing seat while collaborating with names such as Elijah Woods, Jack Harlow, Pink, Derek Hough, Post Malone, Dove Cameron, The Kardashians, Drake, Backstreet Boys, Weezer, Kawhi Leonard, and Chris Brown.

    Kevin just finished co-directing with International Hong Kong Boy Band “Mirror” ft NBA all Stsr Damien Lillard and collaborating with Jawn Ha from the Kinjaz.

    He is also slated to premiere his short film this year “Happy Ending Funeral Parlor” with Corbin Bernsen (Psych), Tony Award winner Eric Nelsen (1883), Spencer Breslin (The Kid), Katie Sarife (Annabelle Comes Home), Cassie Scerbo (Make It or Break It) and Trevor Larcom (True Detective)

    He is actively developing a slate of original content, spanning scripted feature films, documentaries, short films, and TV + Digital Series.

    In addition to his professional pursuits, Kevin is a dedicated family man, proud father, and husband.


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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


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    1h 1m - May 31, 2024
  • 353 - Chris Wong + Weiko Lin - Who Composes Music in Vietnamese Films?

    Christopher Wong is a film composer. He is known for his musical scores in Vietnamese theatrical films and independent Asian American films including Journey from the Fall, First Morning and The Rebel. He trained under Academy Award winner Jerry Goldsmith.

    Weiko Lin has wrote and directed original plays and musicals that have been produced, workshopped, or received stage readings at various theaters. They include UCLA Royce Hall, UCLA Black Box, Veteran's Wadsworth Theater, David Henry Hwang Theater, Chicago's Silk Road Rising, The Loft Ensemble, and Japanese American National Museum.

    His original song LOVE THAT WAS (Music by Christopher Wong) was performed as part of the ASCAP Songwriting Showcase at 2018 Dramatist Guild National Conference. His newest musical RISE TO THE TOP will have its Workshop Concert Performance in the Arts District at Japanese American National Museum in February 2024.  

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    1h 16m - May 28, 2024
  • 352 - Minh Ngoc Vu - How a Top Litigator Becomes a Champion for Civil Rights and Accessibility

    After graduating from law school, Minh spent nearly a decade as a litigator at one of the world’s top law firms, where she handled a variety of cases at all levels of the federal judicial system and before state and federal agencies.

    In 2001, Minh joined the Department of Justice where she served as Counselor to the Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights. In that position, Minh oversaw the enforcement of the ADA, the FHA, the Rehabilitation Act, as well as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

    She also represented the DOJ at the US Access Board, the federal agency charged with creating accessibility guidelines for public accommodations, commercial facilities, and federal agencies. She returned to private practice in 2003, where she has focused her practice on Title III of the ADA and related laws.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    1h 2m - May 23, 2024
  • 351 - Hoang Nguyen - What is the Future of Laser Science?

    Hoang Nguyen is a senior laser scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


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    1h 10m - May 18, 2024
  • 350 - Viet Thanh Nguyen - Author of The Sympathizer

    Viet Thanh Nguyen’s novel The Sympathizer is a New York Times best seller and won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The novel has been made into an HBO Series, which is now available on streaming.

    Viet is a University Professor, the Aerol Arnold Chair of English, and a Professor of English, American Studies and Ethnicity, and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California. 

    Viet was born in Ban Mê Thuột, Viet Nam (now spelled Buôn Mê Thuột after 1975, a year which brought enormous changes to many things, including the Vietnamese language). He came to the United States as a refugee in 1975 with his family and was initially settled in Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, one of four such camps for Vietnamese refugees. From there, he moved to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where he lived until 1978.

    Seeking better economic opportunities, his parents moved to San Jose, California, and opened one of the first Vietnamese grocery stores in the city. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, San Jose had not yet been transformed by the Silicon Valley economy, and was in many ways a rough place to live, at least in the downtown area where Viet’s parents worked. 

    Viet attended St. Patrick School and Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose. After high school, he briefly attended UC Riverside and UCLA before settling on UC Berkeley, where he graduated with degrees in English and ethnic studies. He stayed at Berkeley for a Ph.D. in English, moved to Los Angeles for a teaching position at the University of Southern California, and has been there ever since.


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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


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    53m - May 15, 2024
  • 349 - Phil Van - Writer/Director

    Phillip Van has worked as a commercial and branded narrative content director for over a decade. His projects often highlight the surreal in the everyday, combining an uncanny and dryly humorous tone with dynamic visual storytelling. He’s Vietnamese American and the first on his dad’s side to be born in the US. He grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii and Portland, Oregon and he currently lives in Los Angeles.

    After attending NYU Graduate Film, Phillip was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film,” and appeared in Shoot Magazine’s New Directors Showcase. His work has since been featured by the New York Times, Rolling Stone, MTV, Pitchfork, AdAge’s “Best Ads,” Short of the Week and Vimeo’s Staff Picks. His commercial work has won D&AD, One Show and Addy awards and his narrative short films have garnered accolades at festivals including Berlin, Sundance and Telluride. 

    On the literary front, he’s one half of the writing duo Goodwin & Van. He and his writing partner Chris Goodwin penned the screenplay To The Extreme, which was featured on The Hit List, Young & Hungry List and The Black List, the annual rundown of Hollywood’s best unproduced screenplays. It’s currently in development through No Trace Camping (Room) and Ramona Films (The Disaster Artist), with Dave Franco attached to star.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!




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    1h 19m - May 10, 2024
  • 348 - Supdawk - Content Creator

    Supdawk kicked off in 2020, founded by the dawk going by "Anonymous." This Vietnamese-American, born to refugee parents, was raised in Chicago but now calls Orange County home.

    It all started as a joke on YouTube back in '07, but by 2020, it turned into a full-on passion. Supdawk got into sharing his unique humor on big-time social platforms, tapping into that Asian American subculture with a comedic twist. Amidst the pandemic, the follower count just blew up.

    Supdawk's all about spreading those good vibes and laughs, aiming to shake up how folks see Asians, breaking down stereotypes one joke at a time.

    https://www.instagram.com/supdawk

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!




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    1h 23m - May 3, 2024
  • 347 - David Nguyen - Chef

    David Nguyen is a first generation Vietnamese American Cook and Content Creator. His culinary journey started at a young age.

    Growing up, he'd watch his mom cook to provide for the family—from selling rice plates as a street vendor in Vietnam to cooking for family gatherings. She is his biggest inspiration, and the reason why he cooks today. He's been fortunate to have worked for some of the best restaurants in the country, including The French Laundry.

    David started filming and sharing his recipes on social media in 2020. With some persistence and a little luck, he now has a community of passionate foodies like himself.


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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    1h 8m - May 1, 2024
  • 346 - Kieu Chinh - Actress - The Sympathizer

    Kieu Chinh is a Vietnamese-American actress, producer, humanitarian, lecturer and philanthropist.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


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    51m - Apr 29, 2024
  • 345 - Anh Do - Creative Director and Head of Music at Expedia

    Anh Do is a creative director and marketing executive. As Executive Creative Director, Head of Music at Expedia Group, she oversees music supervision and creative strategy for its house of brands: Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo.  

     Do began her career as a musician, playing in seminal indie band The Tyde, which released albums on Rough Trade Records. Before Expedia Group, Do was a founding partner at IAMSOUND, a hybrid creative studio and visual artist management firm where she was a three-time Clio Music award winner for her work on campaigns for Billie Eilish and Solange. 

    Do also works as a music supervisor on films. Her latest project is HBO’s The Stroll, which premiered June 2023. 

    A Vietnamese refugee, Do is a passionate advocate for inclusion and mentorship.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


    Visit vietnamstorybank.com today for more information!



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    1h 10m - Apr 26, 2024
  • 344 - Gee Q Pham - Rapper

    Gee Q Pham a Southeast San Diego native & rapper has been recording his own music since 2003.

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    Many of you still have the chance to record and preserve the legacies of your own families. I’ve just begun to sit with families now for interview sessions to record the rich histories of parents and explore the lives of the generations that preceded them. Don’t let your family stories go untold! Take a moment to reach out and together we will bring out your family’s story on a recorded journey. - Kenneth Nguyen


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    59m - Apr 24, 2024
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