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The Last Boat Out Memoirs of a Triumphant Vietnamese-American Family by Truong-nhu Dinhand

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Published by GASLight Publishing LLC .
Written in English


  • Reference,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography,
  • Refugees,
  • United States,
  • Vietnam,
  • Vietnamese Americans,
  • Biography/Autobiography

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11807992M
ISBN 100975479660
ISBN 109780975479667

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  Helen Zia spent 12 years conducting hundreds of interviews about this exodus to Hong Kong, Taiwan, the U.S. and elsewhere, which she documents in her nonfiction book.   Published on "The Last Boat Out" is a documentary in progress about a family of watermen from the Virginia Peninsula. These watermen are .   As an advocate for Asian-American and other minority communities, for women’s rights, and for LGBT rights, Zia turns inward in her newest book, Last Boat Out Author: Terry Hong.   "The Last Boat" by John F. Hanley is the eagerly awaited sequel to "Against the Tide", which ended with the outbreak of WWII. The second book takes us to the evacuation of Dunkirk and Allied troops from Northern France. I was amazed at the amount of detail the book was able to supply/5.