The history of Vietnam in the 20th century is marked by intense upheaval, violence and displacement. Colonialism and the aftermath of war continue to cast long shadows over those who left to forge new lives in Australia and across the globe. But is it ever possible to leave the past behind?
André Dao (Anam), Tracey Lien (All That's Left Unsaid) and Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai (Dust Child, The Mountains Sing) spoke with Sheila Ngọc Phạm about family secrets and reckoning with history through literature.
Presented with Fairfield City Museum and Gallery’s MÌNH exhibition.
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