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Texas Artist Museum hosts Art Smart summer program
Parents still have time to register their 6-to-12 year olds for the Texas Artist Museum’s Art Smart summer program.
Catholicism, Buddhism coexist in Port Arthur Vietnamese home
The Queen of Peace Shrine and Queen of Vietnam Catholic Church on Ninth Avenue and the Buu Mon Buddhist Temple on Procter Street lie in the middle of densely-populated Vietnamese neighborhoods. The people have built their homes, their businesses and their lives around their faiths.
Vietnamese refugee describes monumental ‘Fall of Saigon’
The United States is currently searching for a solution to the influx of undocumented immigrant children from Central and South America. As our southern neighbors send their children — alone — to trek hundreds of miles in hope that they reach America alive, we are left to wonder what would make parents decide that their children’s odds of survival are higher if they abandon home.
Museum of the Gulf Coast highlights ‘The Soul of Vietnam’
Vietnam has modernized, but our representation of Vietnamese culture and Vietnamese life has not. That’s what Lawrence D’Attillio aims to highlight in his photography exhibit, “The Soul of Vietnam: A Portrait of the North,” on display at the Museum of the Gulf Coast.
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