Tag Archive for Little Saigon

Silencing Critics of Van Tran on Little Saigon Radio – Where have I heard that before?

Yesterday, Norberto Santana, Jr. of the Voice of Orange County wrote a story Controversy Surrounds a Now-Silent Little Saigon Radio Show that reported on a radio show on Vietnamese language radio that has gone slient because of a mysterious requirement allegedly imposed on all program producers preventing criticism of individuals or public officials. If I didn’t know better, I would think we were somewhere in communist Vietnam., or maybey just the cahmbers of the Santa Ana City Council (snark). Santana reports:

Lan Nguyen: Racial Harmonist

Garden Grove Unified School Board Member and Van Tran acolyte Lan Quoc Nguyen is quoted by the Nguoi Viet Daily News as claiming that Caucasian, Black and Latino students fear going to school with Asian children, Vietnamese in particular, because they cannot compete. You can read R. Scott Moxley’s and The Bolsavik’s stories on this latest meltdown…

QuachGate: Driving Into Power

Okay, the story of Andy Quach, member of the infamous “Gang of Seven” Viet politicos led by Van Tran, falling asleep at the wheel got me wondering. Is there more to this story than a simple case of Driving Under the Influence? I have heard that at some point Quach was paid by Assemblyman Tran to…

Bolsavik on Joseph Dovinh

Sometimes we just have to point out a good article from another blog. This is one of those cases. From The Bolsavik at Bolsavik.com. Joseph Dovinh and his amazing Technicolor dream November 10th, 2008 at 2:49 pm by Bolsavik Donʼt know if any inhaling is involved here, but Joseph Dovinh was heard on radio boasting…

CA-47: Loretta Sanchez in Action in Little Saigon

I’m sorry I couldn’t share this with you earlier, but I’m glad I can do so now. These photos came in over the transom. And as we view these photos, they tell an amazing story of Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Fantastic) reaching out to the community. Last weekend, Loretta Sanchez walked neighborhoods in Little Saigon. Yes,…