Viet Dzung just passed away at Fountain Valley, California on December 20, 2013 at the age of 55. He was born in Vietnam in 1958. His birth name was Nguyen, Hung Dung Ngoc. He came to US after the fall of Saigon when he was 17 years old. He was well known as an anti-Vietnamese Communist activist outside Vietnam and very well known among oversea Vietnamese communities especially in California, U.S.A… Here is one of his song, “Một Chút Quà Cho Quê Hương – Việt Dzũng“, which was written back 1980’s, youtube.com/embed/DI0JBNJcpC8.
Another popular Vietnamese American just passed away; that’s a Vietnamese American newspaper (Tin Việt News) reporter Cao Son who was born on 1945 and passed away on Sunday, December 22, 2013 in San Jose, California, U.S.A. He came to U.S. under H.O. (Humanitarian Operation) Program which allowed South Vietnam former government personnel who was forced to serve at least 5 years in the Vietnam Communist Reeducation Camps to immigrate to the US.
Vietnam Library in Bolsa, Westminster was just celebrated 15th year anniversary. This library was formed in an upstairs floor of a business and now there are many books, newspapers,… Here is the library contact information in case anyone want to contact them: 10872 Westminster Ave., Suite 214-215, Garden Grove, CA 92843 và số điện thoại là (714) 651-8018 hay (714) 713-4079.
Instant millionaire – A Vietnamese American in San Jose, California just became a popular person who will become an millionaire without buying any lottery instead he sold a winning ticket to one of two Mega Millions winners and California Mega Millions lottery official will award him $1 million dollars. The name of the lucky person is Thuy Nguyen. (Tin đừa từ ABC – abc7news.com/archive/9364732)