Description:Jennifer before the interview, photographer Tracey Hoang, 2019.
Description:Jennifer and Tracey pose after the interview, photographer Douglas
Description:Jennifer and Tracey after the interview (2), photographer Douglas
Description:Jennifer volunteered at a minor camp in Phanat Nikhom, Thailand,
Description:Jennifer with her fellow teachers who hailed from America and
Germany, 1987 - 1988.
Description:Jennifer with her fellow volunteers celebrating the Lunar New
Year in Thailand, Tet 1988.
Description:Jennifer, in front of the World Relief Center, volunteer as a
teacher in the Philippines, 1988.
Description:Jennifer smiling on top of a boar recovered from a boat voyage
and displayed as a memorial in the Bataan Refugee Camp, 1988 - 1989.
Summary: Mrs. Jennifer Hoang was born in Saigon, Vietnam on June 10, 1958. In 1977, two years after the Fall of Saigon and a year after she finished high school, Jennifer graduated from a vocational school as a teacher in order to help to support her family. At the end of 1987, Jennifer left her family and her country by boat in hopes of finding a better life elsewhere. After many months in various refugee camps, she was granted permission to come to the United States. Currently, Jennifer works as a manicurist at a nail salon and lives with her husband, Brian, and her three kids, Hannah, Douglas, and Tracey, in Westminster California.
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Provenance: Recorded digitally
Publisher: University of California, Irvine Libraries. Southeast Asian Archive. Irvine, California 92623-9557.