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Title
Oral History of Jennifer Yen Pham & Duy "David" Do
Creator
Pham, Jennifer Yen
Do, Duy "David
Contributor
Santiago, Zed
Date Created and/or Issued
2014-07-30
Contributing Institution
UC Irvine, Libraries, Southeast Asian Archive
Collection
Viet Stories: Vietnamese American Oral History project
Rights Information
copyrighted
Description
An oral history with Jennifer Yen Pham (born on October 21, 1964) and Duy “David” Do (born on May 29, 1959), both from Saigon, Vietnam. During the time of the war, they were relatively young and do not remember much of it. However, they focus on their escape out of Vietnam and how they got to the United States. They discuss their trials and tribulations in America and how religion conflicted with their marriage and love life. Two separate stories were conjoined into one interview, but they also discussed topics collectively. They have three children and live in Orange, California.
Recorded Digitally
Type
sound
Format
1:48:30
Identifier
http://hdl.handle.net/10575/11454
Language
English
Subject
Accountant
Ancestor
Anticommunist
Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN)
Boat People
Buddhist
Catholic
Children
China
Chinese and ethnic Chinese
Citizenship
Civil rights
College or university
Communism
Communist
Detention camp
Discrimination
Education
Engineer
Escape
English as a second language (ESL)
Ethnicity
Family
Farming
France
Freedom of speech
High school
Identity
Immigrant
Orderly Departure Program
Reeducation
Reeducation camp
Refugee camp (Malaysia)
Religion
Sponsors or sponsorship
Student
Technician
Tet Festival
Tradition or custom
Viet Cong
Vietnam War
Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)
Welfare
Youth
Anaheim, California
Little Saigon (Orange County, California)
Pulau Bidong Refugee Camp, Malaysia
Vietnam, Northern
Vietnam, Southern
Time Period
1960-1969

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