SV1World.com|Reshaping the Vietnamese-American Identity

While sad at times and occasionally horrific, overall the story is one of resilience and inspiration and adds to a growing counter-narrative of Vietnamese-Americans as courageous survivors, not victims. –Sharon Simonson, SV1World.com reviewing Catching Shrimp with Bare Hands.

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Lunar New Year (Tết) 1964 in front of the house in Quới Sơn. Má holds Lượng (6 months). Siblings from left to right: Huệ (Chị Tư), Lan (Chị Ba), Thanh (Chị Hai), Thơm (Chị Năm), Thượng (Anh Bảy), and Vân (Anh Sáu).

Lunar New Year (Tết) 1964 in front of the house in Quới Sơn. Má holds Lượng (6 months). Siblings from left to right: Huệ (Chị Tư), Lan (Chị Ba), Thanh (Chị Hai), Thơm (Chị Năm), Thượng (Anh Bảy), and Vân (Anh Sáu).

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