Join us in celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander month as we showcase Storytellers to share their Vietnamese American stories on a live virtual platform. It will be a casual evening to view and celebrate the uniquenesses our community brings to the Asian American narrative.
This year's event theme is '2020... a year unlike any other'. Seven incredible storytellers, selected from a nationwide open-call, will share stories about how 2020 has change them.
If you have an interest in storytelling, an expertise, curiosity on a specific topic or just want to put yourself out there, you should consider exploring podcasting! The number of Americans listening to a podcast is increasing by the week, about 90 million Americans listen to a podcast every month, and they are also gaining popularity in educational programs.
Join VBP host Tracey Nguyen Mang as she shares her journey into podcasting and how to start your own.
Join us for a LIVE podcast taping event - this is a livestream virtual discussion with author Phuc Tran and VBP podcast host Tracey Nguyen Mang.
For anyone who has ever felt like they don't belong, Sigh, Gone shares an irreverent, funny, and moving tale of displacement and assimilation woven together with poignant themes from beloved works of classic literature. In 1975, during the fall of Saigon, Phuc Tran immigrates to America along with his family. In this coming-of-age memoir Tran navigates the push and pull of finding and accepting himself.
Join VBP host Tracey Nguyen Mang along with several other Asian Podcast hosts in this inaugural summit on Asian American Storytelling. Brought to you by Jerry Won of Just Like Media and Dear Asian Americans.
The Asian Podcast Network is the leading place for podcasters, industry professionals, aspiring podcasters, fans, and guests of podcasts that are Asian-hosted or Asian-themed to gather and network, educate, empower, and elevate each other. Our goal is to grow the pie and to amplify all our stories through the podcasting medium.
What happened to the Vietnamese people after the Vietnam War ended? Left with a country that was war-torn and with a Communist government; many people lived in unjust conditions, hunger and starvation was rampant. This resulted in almost two million Vietnamese risking their lives to flee oppression and hardship, in one of the largest mass exoduses in modern history.
Join Tracey Nguyen Mang as she shares compelling accounts captured by her podcast to shed light on this key Cold War-era migration and the legacy of the Vietnamese Boat People.
Join UCLA's cultural series with VBP host, Tracey Nguyen Mang in a discussion on how her journey to document her family’s history in 2018 led to a podcast and nonprofit organization with the mission to create a platform that would help families preserve their stories, encourage questions and dialogue at home and amplify the stories of hope, survival and resilience of the Vietnamese community.
In this talk, Tracey will discuss the importance of authenticity and emotional connections, the power of communities and her top five lessons learned in preserving these stories and producing the podcast.
International Podcast Day™ is an international celebration of the power of podcasts! The celebration is a great opportunity to connect with fellow podcasters, podcast listeners, podcast enthusiasts, and leaders in the podcasting industry.
Join VBP host Tracey Nguyen Mang in this live virtual event. Tracey will be facilitating a panel discussion on 'Building a Community Through Your Podcast, with podcast hosts from CXChronicles, The Woke Desi and Dear Asian Americans. Registration is Free!