Hao-Nhien Vu is a Voice of OC columnist in Little Saigon who covers politics and culture and was known for his popular blog, The Bolsavik. In this week’s column he draws a comparison between the experience of Vietnamese refugees arrival in the U.S. with European resistance to resettling Syrian refugees.
Hao-Nhien Vu is a writer in Little Saigon who covers politics and culture and was known for his popular blog. In this week’s column explains the special connection that Vietnamese boat people feel they have with Syrian boat people.
Abraham Medina issues an open invitation to learn more about how young men of color are being steered illegally into prison straight from classrooms. The story of Jesus Aguirre, sentenced to life in prison, will be on display on Wednesday at Latino Health Access in downtown Santa Ana starting at 6:30 p.m.
New county figures show homelessness up five percent in OC. But county officials are among the weakest in the region in responding, especially when it comes to the public budget. The ACLU of Southern California challenges Orange County to craft a better approach that includes revamping views on building affordable housing.
Former Republican State Assemblyman Chris Norby argues that Rep. Loretta Sanchez’s voting record is something conservatives should consider as a reason for support in the ongoing race for a vacant U.S. Senate seat in California.
Voice of OC Columnist Hao Nhien Vu, whose former popular blog The Bolsavik provided political insight into Little Saigon, this week delves into the magical number three when it comes to statues and memorials coming out Orange County’s First District Supervisor’s Office.