Recent Gifts

Mitchell Bonner:

Ephemeral materials and newspaper clippings (mainly from the San Francisco Chronicle) concerning the San Francisco Bay area Southeast Asian communities; articles "Raw footage," (Tenderloin video project) by Bernice Yeung, SF Weekly, July 18-24, 2001; "Living on Pacific Time, (Nguyen Qui Duc) by Heidi Benson, San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, August 19, 2001; "Toxic Avengers," by Belinda Griswold, San Francisco Bay Guardian, April 15-21, 1998; AsianWeek, February-May, July-August 2001.

Diep "Zoe" Bui:

A copy of her 1999 video, I am Viet Hung, Vietnamese hero.

Chu Tat Tien:

His 2000 publications: The legend of boat people, and Sau 25 nam, nhin lai Viet Nam de tim phuong huong tai thiet dat nuoc.

Dr. Chris Collett:

Viet Mercury, (nos. 118-124, April 27-June 8, 2001); Thoi Luan Xuan Tan Ty 2001; Moi, (no. 454, Jan. 16, 1998); Van Hoi Moi Chao Xuan Mau Dan 1998; Nguoi Viet Giai Pham Tan Ty 2001; Phunu Xuan 2000; Tuoi Tre Xuan 2000; Thanh Nien Xuan 2000; Phap Luat, Tet 2000.

Duc Tri Que Anh:

Poetry and stories: Thien nhien thi cam, Thien nhien cuong niem, and Dao si va cong co=The ascetic and the leaf of grass.

Robert R. Jones III:

Issues 1-10 (July 27-September 24, 2001) of Viet Tide; Mimi News, September 2001.

Thao Le:

Publications from the Asian Pacific Islander Youth Violence Prevention Center, National Council on Crime and Delinquency: Not invisible: Asian Pacific Islander juvenile arrests in Alameda county, and Not invisible: Asian Pacific Islander juvenile arrests in San Francisco County, 2001.

Dr. Van Le:

Four titles available from the Southeast Asian Culture and Education Foundation, Huntington Beach: The tanh cua thi ca, by Le Tuyen (2000); Dac San Lai Giang: Tan ty 2001; Dong Viet so 6,7,8,9; Dai Hoc Su-Pham Hue, tap 1 (2000); Dai Hoc Van-Khoa Sai-Gon, tap 1-3 (1999-2000); periodicals including issues of Context, Refugee Reports, Indochina Interchange, and materials relating to NAFEA, Aid to Children Without Parents and bilingual education.

Cathy Ann Lu:

Her paper, Services for new American users: Indochinese students' behavior in using academic libraries. Presented at the ACRL 10th national conference, March 15-18, 2001, Denver. Available online at: html.

Nguyen Ngoc Bich:

Radiologs and cassette recordings of Radio Free Asia broadcasts, April-June 2000.

Hien Thi Nguyen:

Her paper: Knotted hair and heavy spirit root: Becoming a medium in Vietnamese spirit possession, presented at "Viet Nam Beyond the Frontiers" conference at UCLA, May 11-12, 2001.

Khuong Nguyen:

Hoa Sen (no.43, April 15, 2001); Nguyen San Giac Ngo (nos.60-63, March-June 2001); Tuan Bao Giac Ngo (nos. 57-74, Feb. 28-June 27, 2001).

Mai Nguyen:

Her book of short stories, Thoang giay hanh phuc, 2001.

Nguyen Huynh Mai:

Her book, Len duong, 2001.

Dr. Melissa J. Pashigian:

Her paper, The globalization of (new) reproductive technologies: Daily practice and local interpretations of infertility treatments in Northern Viet Nam, presented at "Viet Nam: Beyond the Frontiers" conference at UCLA, May 11-12, 2001.

Thy Pech:

2001 edition of Proleung Khmer; materials relating to C-HOPE, Cambodian New Year and dance party flyers.

Southeast Asian Resource Action Center:

A copy of: The role of the refugee program: The next decade: Summary of the 2000 National Symposium, Office of Refugee Resettlement, August 6-8,2000, Arlington, VA. Available online at:

Dr. To Thi Dien:

Her book, Vietnamese in action, with accompanying tapes, 1999.

Professor Angie Tran:

Three of her articles: "Global substracting and women workers in comparative perspective." In C. Brundenius & J. Weeks, eds. Globalization and Third World Socialism (pp. 217-236). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave, 2001; "Through the eye of the needle: Vietnamese textile and garment industries rejoining the global economy." Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 10:2 (1996); "Cautious reformers and fence-breakers: Vietnam's economic transition in comparative perspective." (with David Smith) Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 24:1-2 (1998).

Dr. Bich H. Tran:

Poetry by Ngo Minh Hang, Du-am (1998), Goi dan (1998), Tieng long (1996), and Tran Quoc Binh, Tuoi nam muoi (2000); Triet ly chap sinh Nguyen Cong Tru, by Vu Dinh Trac (1988); Vietnamese and English versions of Rev. Peter Dinh Ngoc Que experiences, Hoi ky mot linh muc trong tu cong san, 1975-1988=Memoirs of a priest imprisoned in the communist re-education camp, 1975-1988 (2000).

Daniel Tsang:

Viet Mercury, nos. 125-127, June 15-29, 2001).

Van Nghe Publishers:

Their 2001 publications: Ghi, 1954-1960, by Tran Dan; Doi thoai, by Vinh Phuc; Loi Phat day=Dhammapada=Buddha's teachings, by Dinh Si Tran.

Vietnam California Radio:

VNCR yearbook, 2001-2002= Ky yeu mua he 2001-2002.

Professor Linda Vo:

Ve nguon, Hoi Sinh Vien Viet Naïm, UC San Diego, 1992; Ky yeu, Hoi Ban Nguoi Cui Viet Nam 2001; Dac San He '91, Vietnamese American Parents & Teachers Association, San Diego, awards & recognition night; photos of Religious Freedom for Vietnam rally; photo of first UCI "Vietnamese American women" class, winter quarter 2001.

Yale University Press:

Its 1996 publication:An anthology of Vietnamese poems from the eleventh through the twentieth centuries. Edited & translated by Huynh Sanh Thong.

Hach Yasumura:

Article from Sacramento Bee (February 27, 2001) on Cambodian American high school basketball player, Sak Sopheak.

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