New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Sep 04, 2015
Garbage has become the legacy of our era. The largest human-made structure used to be the Great Wall of China. Today it's the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 13, 2015
Vietnamese sandwiches, or bánh mì, were street food long before street food became an obsession with foodies.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Jun 25, 2015
Failing to cross an international demarcation, they don’t legally qualify and quantify as refugees in the legal sense.
New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jun 23, 2015
One bright spot amidst the closures and budget cutbacks hitting California’s State Parks is the opening of a new nature preserve called Coyote Valley Open Space.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: May 14, 2015
Andrea Nguyen is an author, cooking teacher, and consultant. Her blog - Viet World Kitchen - explores culinary traditions of Asia and has been a major contribution to the American food scene.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: May 08, 2015
Nepalis who have been living under tarps need safer, more permanent shelters before the start of monsoon season.
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Apr 30, 2015
Marchers in Saigon who walk past an array of Starbucks and Apple stores give the spectator an idea as to who is actually winning the peace.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 23, 2015
On April 22, 2015, which marked the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, Green 2.0 released the names of over 25 of America’s leading environmental advocacy organizations who voluntarily submitted their diversity data to GuideStar.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Apr 16, 2015
Forty years after the Vietnam War ended, I struggle to define my changing relationship with my homeland.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Apr 09, 2015
Stanley Karnow recorded the nightmares of the Vietnam War with words, and Catherine Karnow has managed to chronicle Vietnam’s long night’s journey into day with her photos.