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The Vietnamese Community in Great Britain

Thirty Years On
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During the late 70s and early 80s Vietnamese refugees -otherwise know at the boat people- began to arrive in Britain, yet since settlement little is known of their position in society. In this report, Jessica Mai Sims explores key challenges currently facing the Vietnamese community in Britain, with a specific emphasis on intergenerational identity.


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