'Amerasians' Caught Between Two Cultures, Part 2 The thousands of interracial children of Vietnamese women and American servicemen call themselves "Amerasians." Shunned in Vietnam, they came to the U.S. with hopes of a better life, but have yet to find it. Rob Schmitz of member station KPCC has the second of two reports from Little Saigon in Southern California.
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'Amerasians' Caught Between Two Cultures, Part 2

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'Amerasians' Caught Between Two Cultures, Part 2

'Amerasians' Caught Between Two Cultures, Part 2

'Amerasians' Caught Between Two Cultures, Part 2

Only Available in Archive Formats.

The thousands of interracial children of Vietnamese women and American servicemen call themselves "Amerasians." Shunned in Vietnam, they came to the U.S. with hopes of a better life, but have yet to find it. Rob Schmitz of member station KPCC has the second of two reports from Little Saigon in Southern California.

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