Recent Gifts

Brian Au Yong:

Information about Cambodian refugee accordionist, Daran Kravanh, a participant in Seattle’s Wing Luke Museum’s 1997 program, “A Bridge Home: Music in the Lives of Asian Americans.”

Mitchell I. Bonner:

Reports, studies & periodicals relating to refugee resettlement, 1970s-1980s; brochures, flyers, magazines, newsletters, newspaper articles relating to the Southeast Asian community in the San Francisco Bay Area, with a focus on the Lao community; description by the donor of a visit to the Nong Thai refugee camp in Thailand.

Carol Chai:

Bo De Hai, (no. 31, 32, 34, March-June, September/October 1997); Tai gia bo tat gioi, 1995; Bat quan trai thap giang, 1994.

Giao Hoang:

Tuyen tap nho Hue, (no.9, 1997).

Cuong Quy Huynh:

Article: Dissemination of HIV/AIDS information in the Vietnamese community, rev ed., 1998 by Cuong Quy Huynh & Geraldine V. Padilla.

Dr. Huynh Dinh Te:

Bilingual English and Cambodian, Hmong, Lao & Vietnamese editions of his Helping your child achieve in school, 1997; English-Vietnamese ed. of his Bilingual glossary of school terminology, 1997; Dara reads Lao 4, by Khamchong Luangpraseut, 1984; White Hmong language lessons, by Doris Whitelock, 1982; Em tap doc=Let’s read Vietnamese, levels 1-5; Tieng Viet men yeu, levels 2-3, 1994; Handbook for teaching Vietnamese-speaking students, 1994; Handbook for teaching Khmer-speaking students, 1988; Handbook for teaching Hmong-speaking students, 1988; Intact, by Vo Phien, 1990.

Trinh Lam:

Her UCI Social Sciences undergraduate honors thesis, Parallel patterns of behavior and attitudes among the Vietnamese of the first, 1.5 and second generations: A qualitative and quantitative study, 1997.

Dieu Dinh Le:

1998 Nguoi Viet Yearbook; Nguoi Viet’s 1998 Xuan Mau Dan; The Ky, (January-February 1998).

Nguyen Hung Cuong:

His A bibliography of overseas Vietnamese periodicals and newspapers=Muc luc bao chi Viet Nam hai ngoai, 1997; Dac San Xuan 1998, Vietnamese Senior Citizens Association in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area.

Nguyen Huynh Mai:

Her Hon thieng dan toc, 1997 (concerns Vietnamese spiritual life and ethics).

Khuong X. Nguyen:

Nhac Viet, no.6, Fall 1997, (Contemporary issues in Vietnamese music); Buddhist and Catholic periodicals: Bo de hai (Sept.-Dec. 1997); Buddha’s Light Newsletter, nos. 28-30 (Nov.-Dec 1997, Jan. 16, 1998); Duc Me, nos.134,136-139, (Sept., Nov., Dec. 1997, Jan., Feb. 1998); Hoa Sen, nos. 32-33 (Oct. 1997, Jan. 1998); Nguyet san Giac Ngo nos.19,21-22 (Oct., Nov., Dec. 1997, Jan. 1998); Phat Giao Hai Ngoai, no.13, (1998); Phat-Giao Viet-Nam, nos. 102, 103, (Nov. 1997, Jan. 1998); Tuan Bao Giac Ngo, nos. 75-76, 79-80,82,90-94, 96 (Sept.-Dec. 1997, Jan. 1998).

Mai Nguyen:

Her novel, God’s will, 1995.

Peter Nguyen:

Prospectus for the Little Saigon Tet Parade ‘98, January 31, 1998.

Thy Peck:

Two posters of Cambodian dancers: Krap Dance and Ream Somoni=Mekala Dance.

Linh My Phung:

Her UCI Social Sciences undergraduate senior thesis, How the Vietnamese language influences Vietnamese Americans: A qualitative and quantitative study, 1997.

Prany Sananikone:

Two 1996 Orange County Tet posters; poster for The Story of Mah = Dab Neeg Hais Txoc Maj.

Thanong Sithisombath:

Paxasinh Lao Magazine, nos. 22-23 (July & Sept. 1997); Peum lae ekkasarn sassom nay kongkarn hung samut maha sila viravong (Maha Sila Viravong Library Project), 1997.

Mrs. Than Thi Hao:

Dac san Quoc Hoc Dong Khanh 96. (short stories and poems about Quoc Hoc Dong Khanh School in Hue).

Van Nghe:

copies of their 1997 publications: Thuc pham rau dau qua lang kinh khoa hoc, by Tam Dieu; Cong ly doi hoi, by Nguyen Minh Can; Thu ve Bloomington, Illinois, by Le Tat Dieu; Lau xep bay chuyen tam truyen, by Vo Dinh; Dong Thames thi tham, by Vinh Phuc.

Vietnamese World Christian Fellowship:

Nien giam: muc se quan nhiem cac hoi thanh Viet Nam hai ngoai = Directory: Vietnamese churches, pastors and Christian workers overseas, October 1997.

Celeste Wesson:

audio cassette of the October 3, 1997 KCRW program on the Indochinese communities of Southern California for their United States of Los Angeles series.

Jack Willoughby:

Draft of his presentation on Vietnamese gangs; copies of presentations at the April 1997 19th International Asian Organized Crime Conference: Legal guide to RICO organizations of Asian organized crime groups, by Edward F. Gallagher; Emerging trends in international organized crime, by David L. Carter; Philippine organized crime: a worldwide postal perspective (outline), by J. J. Sullivan, U.S. Dept. of Justice Thai Names reference aid.

Christina Woo:

Vietnam, text by Joseph R. Yogerst, Prentice Hall travel series, 1993.

A sincere “thank you” to all our donors. My apologies to anyone who inadvertently has not been acknowledged here. Your support is truly appreciated.