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2019 Joint Conference, VNCA & IPAC, Texas Tech University - 1969: Vietnamization and the Year of Transition in the Vietnam War (25-27 April 2019) - Session 3A: Film Screening of Vietnamerica

Item Number: 999VI3869
 Moving Image
Digital Object Type
Moving Image
Copyright Statement
©2016, Vietnamese American Heritage Foundation
Item is Copyrighted - It is not available outside the VNCA building


  • 26 April 2019

General Note / OCR

2019 Joint Conference: Vietnam Center and Archive (VNCA) / Institute for Peace and Conflict (IPAC), Texas Tech University Commentator/Moderator: Hoang Duc Nha, former Presidential Advisor, Minister of Mass Mobilization and Open Arms, the RVN

Produced by the Vietnamese American Heritage Foundation and Edwards Media. Nancy Bui, Executive Producer

----------- Description of Vietnamerica: The Untold Story of the Nation's Largest Refugee Group

After the Vietnam War, over 2 million Vietnamese people fled their homeland in search of freedom. Hundreds of thousands died even before reaching their destination. Forty years later, Vietnamerica follows martial arts Master Hoa Tien Nguyen's return to Southeast Asia to search for the graves of his wife and two children. Having escaped on a boat with 75 of his family and friends, Hoa is the lone survivor. Throughout his return, Hoa and a diverse group of Vietnamese survivors as well as historical scholars explore the reasons for the Vietnamese Diaspora. Today, Vietnamese Americans are the largest political refugee group in the United States.

Subtitled in English and Vietnamese.

Pub Credit Line
999VI3869, , The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 02 May 2019 [Updated: 14 May 2019]