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Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)

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  • Little Saigon resident pleads guilty to terrorism

     Little Saigon resident pleads guilty to terrorism
    A resident of Little Saigon who planned to become an Al Qaeda operative and lead a December attack on coalition forces will probably serve 15 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to terrorism charges. Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen, the son of Vietnamese...
  • Tet Festival organizers hope to lure more crowds to new venue

    Tet Festival organizers hope to lure more crowds to new venue
    Organizers of the largest Tet Festival in the U.S. — an event long linked with Garden Grove — are not only moving the event, but also undertaking a robust marketing campaign in hopes of luring more immigrants and vendors to the festival's...
  • Famous Tet festival heading to Orange County fairgrounds

    Famous Tet festival heading to Orange County fairgrounds
    Organizers of the largest Tet festival in the U.S. — an event long linked with Garden Grove — began marketing their new venue Thursday, hoping to lure more immigrants and vendors to the festival's new home at the Orange County fairgrounds in...
  • Little Saigon radio host and entertainer Viet Dzung dies

    Little Saigon radio host and entertainer Viet Dzung dies
    Radio commentator and human rights activist Viet Dzung, who dominated the airwaves for decades in Little Saigon and was one of the early voices in the emerging immigrant community, died Friday. He was 55. Born Nguyen Ngoc Hung Dung, Viet Dzung became...
  • Tired of being marginalized, Viet gay rights group stops playing nice

    Tired of being marginalized, Viet gay rights group stops playing nice
    Hieu Nguyen and fellow protesters stood on the sidewalk holding signs and waving an enormous rainbow flag as the traditional Vietnamese parade passed them by. Barred from the Lunar New Year's event — and largely ignored in their own community...
  • Weekend preview: Your secret Stache of serious booze

    Weekend preview: Your secret Stache of serious booze
    There is a certain amount of whimsy attached to Stache, the speakeasy-style nightspot having its grand opening Saturday night in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Himmarshee District, but its intentions are quite serious. Befitting the secretiveness of...
  • Bell's Spaccia was set to make an extra $8 million, expert testifies

    Bell's Spaccia was set to make an extra $8 million, expert testifies
    A Wells Fargo & Co. pension expert testified Thursday in the Bell corruption trial that he drew up a special retirement plan for city administrators Robert Rizzo and Angela Spaccia that would have allowed them to increase their already huge pensions by at...
  • Little Saigon's Tet Festival canceled in money dispute with city

    Little Saigon's Tet Festival canceled in money dispute with city
    The long-running Tet Festival, a signature event in America’s largest Vietnamese American community, has been abruptly canceled following a dispute between organizers of the Lunar New Year event and city officials in Garden Grove. The three-day...
  • Many happy returns

    Many happy returns
    Hayley Votolato's first trip to Vietnam was drawing to a close. She turned around for a final glimpse and there stood the children, tears coursing down their cheeks. Six years have passed, but it is this sight that comes to mind when the Texas...
  • As Little Saigon turns 25, family and heritage mark the path ahead

    As Little Saigon turns 25, family and heritage mark the path ahead
    In a conservative Orange County town, where the strawberry fields were still plentiful and the population solidly white, Danh's Pharmacy stood out when it opened its doors after the Vietnam War came to an end. Yet the business was just the beginning...
  • Mini-review: Oon

    Mini-review: Oon
    Oon has closed.  Review: Oon 802 W. Randolph St. 312-929-2555 Rating: !!! (out of 4) Off to a good start There's a little story behind how chef Matt Eversman came to name his southeast Asian-inspired restaurant Oon. Though it's pronounced like "soon"...
  • Vietnamese American politician Van Tran plots a comeback

    Vietnamese American politician Van Tran plots a comeback
    The men had just finished their thick steaks and were starting to smoke cigars while artichoke hearts warmed on the grill. A plate of mooncakes awaited them nearby. On a sunny afternoon in the backyard of his home in the hills of Orange, Van Tran...