Download the FREE SBS Radio App for a better listening experience
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?
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.