Laura Nix

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Millie and Paul Cao met at a dance party in Vietnam nearly 50 years ago and fell in love. But they were separated by the Vietnam War that soon broke out.

Oscar-nominated short: Vietnamese couple falls in love again on LA dance floor

Millie and Paul Cao met at a dance party in Vietnam nearly 50 years ago and fell in love. But they were separated by the Vietnam War that soon broke out.

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