Vi Tran, a Vietnamese-American student, shares her family’s fortunate escape during the Vietnam War. Vi’s parents were 16 years old when the Viet Cong started gaining power. By 1979, her parents devised a plan to escape in a small, overcrowded boat that was barely seaworthy to find refuge.
The Hog slowly raised his head and surveyed the field with my bloodshot eyes. All did not seem well. He could see several other hogs lying on the ground, unresponsive, and others looked heavily dazed. The few who were still standing struggled for words. He had heard rugby was a rough sport, but this was […]
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