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Last mentioned in Ho Chi Minh City : Vietnam
Andrew Lam (born 1964) is a Vietnamese American writer. He was born in South Vietnam, where he led a privileged life as the son of General Lâm Quang Thi of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam....

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  • Rockridge Library hosts 23rd annual PEN Oakland awards on Dec. 7

      News Source: San Jose Mercury News | 8 months ago
    Font Resize Rockridge Library hosts 23rd annual PEN Oakland awards on Dec. Contra Costa Times Posted:   11/25/2013 12:00:00 PM PST Updated:   11/25/2013 02:22:55 PM PST The 23 annual PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Literary Awards will be presented at a
  • Pan Asia: The Cultural Sphere Expands

      News Source: The Huffington Post | 10 months ago
    Born and raised in Southern California, his high school friends told him that with his looks and winning smile, he should be a Korean pop star, never mind that his parents are ethnic Chinese immigrants from Thailand, and that he didn't speak a word
  • Nina Davuluri is the Future of America

      News Source: The Huffington Post | 11 months ago
    Her story, after all, is one of the more optimistic news about immigration in recent times. Alas, it's a victory marred by waves of racist backlash in social media...Perhaps what the haters resent is that immigration and diversity have irrevocably
  • Andrew Lam: Tiphares vs Elysium -- Welcome to the Age of Appropriation

      News Source: The Huffington Post | 11 months ago
    Welcome to the Age of Appropriation Posted: 08/19/2013 2:07 pm Follow Get Entertainment Newsletters: Many years ago, before the age of cyperspace, I found a Japanese manga series at a specialty bookstore in San Francisco. Created by Yukito Kishiro,
  • May 21: Devendra Banhart at the Regency Ballroom and more San Francisco ...

      News Source: Examiner | 1 year ago
    Who's in town Zimbabwean author NoViolet Bulawayo appears in conversation with San Francisco-based novelist Sarah Ladipo Manyika at Litquake's Epicenter gathering. Mission St., S.F.; www.spur.org] Stewart Brand: The writer and Long Now Foundation
  • When Did Immigrants Become the Enemy?

      News Source: La Prensa | over 2 years ago
    April 27, 2012 New America Media Condoleeza Rice urging passage of immigration reform earlier this month provided...Recently, in front a packed crowd at Duke University, former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice regretted the failure of passing the
  • John Hoyland: Artist whose vibrant, vivid style made him one of Britain's ...

      News Source: The independent | almost 3 years ago
    Hoyland in his studio in 2008 with his painting 'Sun Feast' John Hoyland was one of the great Britishexponents of abstract painting. His work, much of it on a large scale, is remarkable for its bold useof colour and, in recent years, itsthree-
  • Music Review: Alfresco Surprises to Go With Mendelssohn

      News Source: International Herald Tribune | 3 years ago
    The concert was supposed to be all Mendelssohn, but the sound of Gershwin's Summertime was unmistakable, floating lazily through the early evening humidity...Like 800 or so others assembled on the lawn outside Richardson Auditorium on the Princeton


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