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Intersection: Orlando’s Vietnamese Heritage


After the Vietnam War, Central Florida became a destination for Vietnamese fleeing the communist regime. Now there’s a new generation of Orlando residents maintaining cultural ties to Vietnam. Former Miss Vietnam Florida Anh Do, who now oversees the pageant, and tasty chomps food blogger Ricky Ly join Intersection to talk about the Vietnamese heritage of Central Florida.
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Spotlight: Orlando’s Hon Viet Group Keeps Vietnamese Culture Alive Through Dance


It’s been 40 years since the Fall of Saigon and all week we’re looking at Orlando’s Vietnamese population. Age is just a number for a group of Orlando Vietnamese retirees who dance for their country. Six members, average age 60 with no professional dance training, make up the group Hon Viet. Hon Viet means soul of Vietnam, and soul is certainly what you get when you watch this group perform.
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Vietnamese Vets Still Fighters Forty Years After Fall of Saigon


Our week-long coverage of the fortieth anniversary of the Fall of Saigon continues this afternoon with a glimpse into the lives of Orlando’s Vietnam veterans. Much is known about the nearly 3 million American soldiers who fought in South Vietnam against the Viet Cong guerilla forces. But the Vietnamese soldiers who fought alongside Americans have a lesser known legacy. 90.7’s Renata Sago spoke with two Vietnamese veterans who settled in Orlando after the war.
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Phap Vu Temple is Central Florida’s largest for Vietnamese. Photo by Amy Green
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For Vietnamese, Heritage Endures At Places Of Worship


90.7 News is commemorating the fall of Saigon 40 years ago this week by focusing on the state’s largest Vietnamese community, here in Central Florida. The community is growing even as its cultural heart Little Vietnam is evolving. 90.7 discovered where Central Florida’s Vietnamese community is less affected by the challenges of time and distance, places of worship.
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Saigon Market, one of the Vietnamese markets in the Mills 50 district.
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A Culinary Tour Of Little Vietnam


Shopping and dining in the Mills 50 district offers a rich insight into the history and culture of Vietnam, and into the community here in Orlando. 90.7’s Intersection team caught up with Ricky Ly for a culinary tour of the neighborhood’s offerings.
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