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For many, the Fall of Saigon on 30 April is a day of mourning; but forty years on, perhaps it could also be a day of reflection of where we are now, especially as a diverse community in Australia. How has the Vietnamese-Australian community fared? What are the lives of the post-war generation like?  

By
Bích Ngọc
Published on
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 - 12:45
File size
8.5 MB
Duration
18 min 37 sec

What better way to mark this moment in time, than to gather together in the heart of multicultural Ashfield and hear stories from Vietnamese-Australian writers Kim Huynh, Katherine Le, Shirley Le, Pauline Nguyen, Sheila Pham, Stephen Pham and Tuong-Vi Phan.