Phu Do Nguyen

Saigon Broadcasting Television Network

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Co-founder of the 24-hour TV channel called SBTN (Saigon Broadcasting Television Network)

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If you’re in the Orange County cities of Westminster, Garden Grove, and Fountain Valley -- which make up Little Saigon -- you’ll see lots of political posters with the same last name…

Why Vietnamese Americans often go to the polls -- and don’t care much about immigration now

If you’re in the Orange County cities of Westminster, Garden Grove, and Fountain Valley -- which make up Little Saigon -- you’ll see lots of political posters with the same last name…

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