'Amerasians' Caught Between Two Cultures, Part 1

In Southern California's Orange County, Little Saigon is home to tens of thousands of residents of Vietnamese heritage — including sons and daughters of Vietnamese mothers and American soldiers who served in the Vietnam War, who often call themselves "Amerasians." In the first of a two-part series, reporter Rob Schmitz of member station KPCC explores the lives of Amerasians living in Orange County.

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