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The Saga of a Vietnamese Immigrant

by Robert C. Trando

  • 360 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by AuthorHouse .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography: general,
  • Military life & institutions,
  • Personal Memoirs,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Vietnamese Americans,
  • Trando, Robert C.,,
  • Travelers,
  • Biography & Autobiography-Personal Memoirs,
  • Trando, Robert C.,
  • Military,
  • 1922-,
  • Biography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8468290M
    ISBN 101418475505
    ISBN 109781418475505
    OCLC/WorldCa57626447

      Winning Their Hearts and Minds. victory of the North Vietnamese, boat person and immigrant to the United States, as well as to his role as unfortunate godfather of . The American Dream in Vietnamese examines how live music variety shows and videos, beauty pageants, and Web sites created by and for Vietnamese Americans contributed to the shaping of their cultural identity. Nhi T. Lieu shows how popular culture forms repositories for conflicting expectations of assimilation, cultural preservation, and invention, alongside gendered and .

    Get this from a library! We who built America: the saga of the immigrant,. [Carl Frederick Wittke] -- Revised from previous edition covering changes in immigration policy and legislation. Saga of an Immigrant - From Norway to North Dakota - Sven O. Groethe () by Osborne V. Groethe Imagine a story where kind and loving parents would find it necessary to require a young son to leave home - his parents, brothers, sisters, and friends - for a new land thousands of kilometers away.

      Exiled moves seamlessly from the killing fields of Cambodia to American immigrant communities, adding texture and perspective to the current debate on refugees, political asylum, cultural assimilation, and the deportation of Americanized immigrant criminals. Cengel humanizes this debate, bringing a deeper understanding of these hot-button issues.   Written as a letter to the protagonist’s illiterate mother, the debut novel from this award-winning poet is an intimate account of a young Vietnamese immigrant’s struggles.


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By Robert C. Trando (Tran-do-Cung) To my parents, parents-in-law, my wife, siblings, children and grand children. Foreword. After selling my business and retiring inI had spent a few years traveling with my : ECGMA.

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My father had this experience in Along with thousands of his generation, he undertook the journey across the Atlantic.

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