Click here to read the full article in The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Graduate School Magazine
Today Chihung Szeto talked about his experiences in the Army, at West Point, and in Iraq, and author Victoria Moy talked about Fighting for the Dream at KPCC, Los Angeles's NPR station. Please tune in to Take Two SCPR 89.3 tomorrow Nov 11 (9-11am PST)!
Listen at: http://www.scpr.org/programs/take-two/2015/11/11/12233/
( 1:10:00 for segment on Veterans Day, or 1:15:40 for Fighting for the Dream segment)
Moy talked to Alhambra Source about how she went from researching her own family history to writing a book on Chinese-American war stories that are overlooked, even within the Chinese-American community. Check out the article here.
(Click to view video) Fighting for the Dream book event at Queens Library in Flushing. Round-table discussion with first Asian-American American Legion Commander Fang A. Wong (U.S. Army), Tony Lee (U.S. Air Force), William Chan (U.S. Army), moderated by author Victoria Moy and a visit from Councilman Peter Koo!
Click on photo for the article in Epoch Times Article on Fighting for the Dream book event at Queens Library. Round-table discussion with first Asian-American American Legion Commander Fang A. Wong, Tony Lee, William Chan, moderated by Victoria Moy and a visit from Councilman Peter Koo! In this photo: joined by veterans Sherman Eng, Richard Lee Chan, Chuck Tow, Wilem Wong.
Great article on Chinese American vets in SoCal See-wan Szeto, Michael Chan and Dr. Wing Mar all featured in Fighting for the Dream. Thanks Elson Trinidad!
An awesome article on the launch of "Fighting for the Dream" at MOCA and round-table discussion with veterans Lester Fong, Wilem Wong, and Pakee Fang moderated by author Victoria Moy.
A wonderful article in China Press about the launch of "Fighting for the Dream" at MOCA and a round-table discussion with veterans Lester Fong, Pakee Fang, and Wilem Wong, moderated by Victoria Moy.
Victoria Moy, author of Fighting for the Dream: Voices of Chinese American Veterans from World War II to Afghanistan spent 7 years collecting the oral histories and putting together this book. She was born and raised in New York City and currently lives in Los Angeles. She graduated with a MFA in Playwriting/ Screenwriting from the University of Southern California. For more info, see: VictoriaMoy.net