Society & Culture
Lê Hoàng Nguyên grew up as a proud Republican from Houston, Texas who used his personal funds after the death of George Floyd to put up a Black Lives Matter billboard in the Southwest Area of Houston, Texas (also known as Bellaire or Chinatown) in an effort to support the fight against racism.
In the months following his action he faced heavy backlash from his Southwest Houston community, which has the highest concentration of Vietnamese immigrants and is the major hub for Vietnamese businesses.
122 - Viet Nguyen - How to Do Without Doing and Leave Nothing Undone - Film/TV Director
121- Cuong Do - Why Liberal Arts Studies Can Transform Vietnam - Former Samsung Chief Strategy Officer
120 - Ocean Vuong - Poet and Author of On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous
119 - Phillip Nguyen - Executive Director of the Vietnamese American Roundtable
118 - From Pharmacist to Children’s Book Author - Alice Trinh - Author of Tet Together
117 - How A Tuan Almost Became A Tony - Tuan Lee - CEO Vervet
116 How Does Human Trafficking Still Happen? Mimi Vu - Raise Partners/Modern Slavery Expert Explains
Why is ABBA’s song Happy New Year So Popular In Vietnam?
115 - Nam Phan - First Vietnamese Fighter in the UFC
Ep. #114 English - Uyen Nguyen and Thanh Tan - Viets for Afghans
Ep. #113 English - Vina Vo - Unofficial BTS army recruiter super fan- Why is BTS so important to understand?
Ep. #112 English - Roy Vu - U.S. History Professor
Ep. #111 English - Alain Van Dinh - SIPHER Blockchain Game - Business Development
Ep. #110 English - Christine Ha - The Blind Cook
Ep. #109 English Sheila Ngoc Pham - Writer, Editor and Producer
Ep. #108 Tieng Viet - Danny Do - Đạo Diễn
Ep. #107 Tieng Viet - Aunt Tina - House of Ho
Ep. #106 English Tai Tran - Asians Never Die Founder
Ep. #105 Tieng Viet - Quyen Ngo - Diễn Viên
Ep. #104 English - Nicolas Henni-Trinh Duc - Vietnamese Art Historian
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