Global Affairs: The Changing Face of Vietnamese Migration

Friday, September 29, 2017

The Global Affairs Center of Shoreline Community College kicks off its free lecture series with:

The Changing Face of Vietnamese Migration
Challenges and Successes

  • Mr. James Hong, Executive Director,Vietnamese Friendship Association
  • Mr. Long Kim, President, Vietnamese Mutual Assistance Association
  • Ms. Thoa Nguyen, chef/owner of Wabi-Sabi and the Chinoise CafĂ© restaurants

  • Dr. Christoph Giebel, Associate Professor of International Studies and History, University of Washington

Thursday, October 5, 2017, 7:00- 8:30pm
Shoreline Community College, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline 98133
9000 Building, Room 9208 (campus maps)
Free parking after 4pm

Large-scale Vietnamese migration to the United States began as a humanitarian flow after the end of the Vietnam War in 1975. As of 2014, 1.3 million Vietnamese immigrants resided in the United States, the sixth largest immigrant group in the country.

Three Vietnamese-Americans discuss their earliest memories, biggest challenges, and successes as they and their families settled in the Pacific Northwest. This discussion is a collaboration between the GAC and Peace Tree Vietnam, with additional support from the Center for Global Studies, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington.

**This event is open to the public and FREE. However, in order to help better prepare, we ask you to register that you plan to attend. Click here, then click again on Sign Up. To receive email confirmation, you must provide your email address. Your email address will not be shared with others.


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