11 episodes

A collection of stories from Vietnamese War refugees as recounted by their first-generation American daughter.

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    • Personal Journals

A collection of stories from Vietnamese War refugees as recounted by their first-generation American daughter.

    Prison: A Family Thing

    Prison: A Family Thing

    Nicole tells the story of her father and his family being imprisoned by the Communists, and the conditions in which they lived.

    • 5 min
    Gold In Your Underwear

    Gold In Your Underwear

    Oanh's family had to smuggle gold on their bodies to buy supplies in Malaysia. Then camp in the mountains to survive.

    • 2 min
    Rescued at Sea

    Rescued at Sea

    Nicole's father, Huy, braves the high seas in a harrowing escape attempt. Dangerous conditions lead to an unexpected turn of events.

    • 2 min
    Mom's Boat Ride

    Mom's Boat Ride

    Nicole's mother, Oanh, stowed away with 70 people on a boat made for 10.

    • 3 min
    Our Thoughts on the Immigration Ban

    Our Thoughts on the Immigration Ban

    Tiffany and Nicole visit their Dad in California, providing context on supporting open borders.

    • 2 min
    How Communists Take Money

    How Communists Take Money

    It's difficult to make a living when the result of constant currency changes is the loss of thousands of dollars.

    • 3 min

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