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How Andrew Lam Became a Writer

New America Media, Jul 16, 2014

In my struggle to overcome grief and confusion, I found my self. And when I spoke up for those that couldnt, I found my tongue. And when I told stories of those oppressed and suffering in obscurity, I found my voice, and my direction in life.

'Peony Pavilion,' the Romeo and Juliet of the East

New America Media, News Feature, Andrew Lam Sep 25, 2013


Don’t Get Carjacked in Maricopa County

Oct 21, 2012

Traducción al españolPHOENIX, Ariz. -- The switchblade pressing into her neck took Aurora Tristan by surprise. She jumped out of her ‘98 Honda Civic and ran. The carjackers – two young women who had asked her for a ride outside...

For Those in Poverty, City College a ‘Lifeline’

Oct 19, 2012

Pictured Above (L to R): Philip Standing Bear, Tony Robles and Ingrid DeLeon EDITOR'S NOTE: The folowing profiles were written as part of a series highlighting the importance of CCSF to communities across the city. The series is part of...

The Other Death Sentence: Aging and Dying in America’s Prisons

Sep 26, 2012

Photo: The image above is part of a photo essay by documentary photographer Tim Gruber taken at the Kentucky State Reformatory and published by Mother Jones along with the following article. Copyright Tim Gruber First of two articles. SHIRLEY....

Immigrant Mothers--Living With a Heart Divided

Sep 22, 2012

As national media debate whether women can “have it all” – a successful career and a family – one group of women has chosen to provide for their families at all costs, even if it means leaving their kids behind.They...

Lack of Paid Sick Days for Immigrant Caregivers Risky for U.S. Economy

Sep 05, 2012

SAN CARLOS, Calif. – Considering that Paula Osorio has multiple jobs and no paid sick days, the nosebleed could not have come at a worse time: right before her shift caring for an elderly woman in a private home. In...

Fixin’ up Hoopa: A Community’s Struggle with Addiction--Part II

Jun 14, 2012

Editor’s Note: Part I of this two-part series, along with the accompanying documentary short film, “Addiction and Renewal in the Hoopa Valley,” can be viewed here.HOOPA, Calif. -- Jane judged drug addicts harshly, until she became one in her late...

The Education of a Vietnamese American Writer by Andrew Lam and

Los Angeles Review of Books, Review/Excerpts, Andrew Lam May 12, 2012


Setting the Record Straight on South Vietnam - A General Remembers

New America Media, Interview, Andrew Lam May 02, 2012


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