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Ep. 2: Andrew Lam

Andrew Lam is a Vietnamese American writer. He was born in South Vietnam, where he attended Lycée Yersin in Đà Lạt. Lam left Vietnam with his family during the fall of Saigon in April 1975. He attended the University of California, Berkeley where he majored in biochemistry. He soon abandoned plans for medical school and entered a creative writing program at San Francisco State University. While still in school he began writing for Pacific News Service and in 1993 won the Outstanding Young Journalist Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. A PBS documentary produced by WETA in 2004, My Journey Home, told 3 stories of Americans returning to their ancestral homelands, including of Lam's return to Vietnam. He is currently the web editor of New America Media. He is also a journalist and short story writer. In 2005, he published a collection of essays, Perfume Dreams, about the problem of identity as a Vietnamese living in the U.S. Lam received the PEN Open Book Award in 2...

9 MIN2016 OCT 18
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Ep. 2: Andrew Lam

Ep. 1: Cathleen Miller

ECathleen Miller is an internationally best-selling American nonfiction writer based in California. Her 2013 book, Champion of Choice, is the biography of United Nations leader Nafis Sadik. She is also the author of Desert Flower (1998), co-written with Waris Dirie—a Somali nomad turned model turned activist—who shared her experience with female genital mutilation to bring about global awareness. The book has been cited by the United Nations as having played a major role in the advocacy against female genital mutilation. Desert Flower was made into a feature film in 2009 and released in 34 countries. The print version sold over 11 million copies worldwide and has been translated into more than 55 languages. Miller was born in the United States but has traveled widely in pursuit of research, adventure, and experience. She has interviewed diplomats and heads of state on five continents, patients in an Addis Ababa Hospital, rape camp survivors in Kosovo, and midwives in the mountains ...

24 MIN2016 OCT 16
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Ep. 1: Cathleen Miller
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Latest Episodes

Ep. 2: Andrew Lam

Andrew Lam is a Vietnamese American writer. He was born in South Vietnam, where he attended Lycée Yersin in Đà Lạt. Lam left Vietnam with his family during the fall of Saigon in April 1975. He attended the University of California, Berkeley where he majored in biochemistry. He soon abandoned plans for medical school and entered a creative writing program at San Francisco State University. While still in school he began writing for Pacific News Service and in 1993 won the Outstanding Young Journalist Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. A PBS documentary produced by WETA in 2004, My Journey Home, told 3 stories of Americans returning to their ancestral homelands, including of Lam's return to Vietnam. He is currently the web editor of New America Media. He is also a journalist and short story writer. In 2005, he published a collection of essays, Perfume Dreams, about the problem of identity as a Vietnamese living in the U.S. Lam received the PEN Open Book Award in 2...

9 MIN2016 OCT 18
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Ep. 2: Andrew Lam

Ep. 1: Cathleen Miller

ECathleen Miller is an internationally best-selling American nonfiction writer based in California. Her 2013 book, Champion of Choice, is the biography of United Nations leader Nafis Sadik. She is also the author of Desert Flower (1998), co-written with Waris Dirie—a Somali nomad turned model turned activist—who shared her experience with female genital mutilation to bring about global awareness. The book has been cited by the United Nations as having played a major role in the advocacy against female genital mutilation. Desert Flower was made into a feature film in 2009 and released in 34 countries. The print version sold over 11 million copies worldwide and has been translated into more than 55 languages. Miller was born in the United States but has traveled widely in pursuit of research, adventure, and experience. She has interviewed diplomats and heads of state on five continents, patients in an Addis Ababa Hospital, rape camp survivors in Kosovo, and midwives in the mountains ...

24 MIN2016 OCT 16
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Ep. 1: Cathleen Miller
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