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L.A. NOWThe nation's only Tet parade, staged in the heart of Little Saigon, will go on after all. After being told that the city of Westminster could not help pay for the annual Lunar Day parade in the country’s largest Vietnamese......
L.A. NOWAttorneys have filed an appeal in Orange County Superior Court on behalf of 10 of the so-called Irvine 11 convicted of two misdemeanor charges to conspire and then disrupt a 2010 speech by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren at UC Irvine....
L.A. NOWSlick roads may be to blame for chain-reaction crashes on Highway 101 in Hollywood early Friday morning. Six accidents involving 16 cars had shut down the southbound side of the freeway near Barham Boulevard. It all started with a solo-vehicle......
L.A. NOWAn American democracy activist accused of trying to overthrow the Vietnamese government returned home to Southern California on Wednesday night, more than nine months after he was first detained in Saigon. U.S. citizen Nguyen Quoc Quan was met by a......
L.A. NOWA coalition of lesbian and gay Vietnamese groups was told to "sacrifice" and not march in Westminster's annual Tet parade, a Lunar New Year event expected to draw as many as 10,000 spectators to Little Saigon this weekend, according to......
I wanted a bowl of soup. Day 17 of the never-ending cold everyone's had, and I needed pho. Like the big, steaming bowls of spice-scented broth filled with long rice noodles and topped with fresh herbs that I used to slurp 30 years ago at a restaurant...
Tags: Stratford, Pasta, Dining and Drinking, Danbury, New York City
American VoicesDA NANG, Vietnam -- A mystery pervades this part of the world. In the Middle East, Africa, Russia, parts of Europe -- even the United States -- thousands of angry citizens have stood up to challenge their governments over the last two years. In several...
Tags: Japan, Corruption, Government, The New York Times, Punishment
The eldest sibling in Vietnam's most enduring singing family, Duy Quang was known for holding audiences enthralled as he boomed out the ballads of yesteryear, many penned by his father, Pham Duy, who knew how to tug at a listener's heart with songs...
Tags: Music, Hanoi (Vietnam), Vietnam, Washington, DC, Lung Cancer
L.A. NOWIn the weeks leading to his historic win, Tri Ta roamed Westminster City Hall, often hearing: "Hello, Mr. Future Mayor. This way, Mr. Mayor." The six-year councilman would greet fellow workers with a salute or a handshake but didn't respond......
L.A. NOWAs the eldest son, born to Vietnam's most legendary singing family, Duy Quang stepped lithely on stage and held his audience enthralled. His voice amplified the ballads of yesteryear, many from his father, composer Pham Duy, who knew how to......
L.A. NOWThe poet was a familiar figure, striding through Little Saigon, sipping tea, sharing wisdom. He liked to read through the night, not too tired to dissect a bit of homeland politics....
Edwin Q. White Saigon bureau chief for AP during Vietnam War Edwin Q. White, 90, who as Associated Press bureau chief in Saigon during the 1960s was part of a fabled crew of journalists who covered the Vietnam War, died Thursday in Honolulu, the...
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