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Vietnam 35 Years Later: A Conversation with Andrew Lam

New America Media/Newshour, Q&A /Video, Andrew Lam Posted: Apr 30, 2010

Editors Note: On the 35th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, Andrew Lam, NAM editor and author of Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese Diaspora, revisited his homeland with a PBS Newshour film crew to look at where Vietnam is heading, and assess its relationship with returning Vietnamese Americans. He spoke with PBS Newshours foreign correspondent, Fred de Sam Lazaro in Hanoi.







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