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Linh Dinh's Postcards from the End of America has just been published by Seven Stories Press. Tracking our deteriorating socialscape, he maintains a photo blog.

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Vung Tau, 2019, From InText
SHARE More Sharing        Monday, December 9, 2019
Corpses in Ocean During the boat people era, corpses routinely washed up on Vung Tau beaches, for it was near suicide to escape on an unseaworthy vessel, but such was their desperation. Though every local past a certain age remembers this horror, it's recorded in no history book, so what else is new?
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, November 24, 2019
Chinese Rebels A great irony of colonialism is that many of the colonized nations have managed to stay more coherent, intact and true to themselves than the colonizers, so that seven decades after the Indians kicked out the Brits, for example, India is still essentially India, if not more so, while England has become relentlessly less English.
Oakland, 2013, From InText
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, September 26, 2019
Jack London? As writer or thinker, Jack London can't touch George Orwell, but he's nearly the Brit's equal when it comes to describing society's bottom. To both, being a writer is as much a physical as an intellectual endeavor. Wading into everything, they braved all discomforts and dangers.
Ea Kly, 2019, From InText
SHARE More Sharing        Friday, September 13, 2019
Quotidian Sweat There is a dearth of writing about work, its variety, tedium and grind. This is understandable, since most writers have devoted much of their time to writing and reading, and not painting houses, cleaning toilets, washing dishes, planting crops or performing mind numbingly monotonous tasks on an assembly line, etc.
Philadelphia, 2012, From InText
(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Christian to Death With its eschatological Bible, the West is constantly haunted by its death and hypothetical rebirth. Its apocalyptic imagination is unmatched.
Ea Kly, 2019, From InText
SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, July 13, 2019
Surviving Vietnam, Listing America and Jeffrey Epstein's Bestest Friends A besieged or even paranoid nation stands a much better chance of survival than an oblivious one. Though America has been fighting war nearly nonstop since its founding, much of this serial bloodshed has taken place overseas, so American civilians have generally assumed they could cruise through life without any exposure to bombing, mortar rounds, car bombs, enemy tanks, sudden mass incarceration or fleeing for one's life.
Saigon, 2019, From InText
(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, May 28, 2019
American Echoes If you're lucky, you'll get to live out your days without arrest, disgrace or the permanent dissolution of your social armature. Nations, too, have plenty in their catacombs.
Kuala Lumpur, 2019, From InText
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, May 17, 2019
Reading Malaysia With almost no natural resources besides its Chinese majority, Singapore has still outperformed Malaysia economically, but that doesn't mean it's a more pleasant place to be. For all of its problems, including institutionalized racism, Malaysia is still a very charming place, with enough fabled history to anchor and season its abundant beauty.
Border crossing at Juarez, 2012, From InText
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, May 12, 2019
Escape from America: Mexico In Mexico I met people whom I could not have met in the U.S, Mexicans who had zero interest in going to the U.S and some who had gone to the U.S and disliked it and never wanted to go again.
Krong Buk, 2019, From InText
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, April 21, 2019
Frontiersmen vs. Wusses Vietnam is still far behind the West in the flight from nature and against it, but this is to its advantage, I believe, for its people still retain the essentials to endure whatever comes next.
Can Tho, 2019, From InText
SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, March 17, 2019
The Mekong Retains, Erases With its canals, creeks, swamps and, of course, nine branches of the eponymous river, the Mekong Delta is dominated by waterways, and on these, there often float duckweeds. Adrift, tossed about by currents, unable to determine their destination and essentially homeless, these duckweeds symbolize men in many Vietnamese poems, songs and sayings.
Michael Kreutzer, From InText
SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, March 10, 2019
Escape from America: Dedovsk, Russia In the latest entry of my Escape from America series, I interview an American who's living in Russia, a country that's been relentlessly demonized by the Western media. To a minority of Americans, however, Russia is a nationalist beacon, or even a possible refuge, as it already is to many Afrikaners.
Vinh Chau, Vietnam, 2019, From InText
SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, February 24, 2019
Monkeys Marx is a false god, conclude most Vietnamese, so now you can drive hundreds of miles here without encountering his bearded face once, but everywhere, temples and churches are being built, and statues of Guanyin, Jesus and the Virgin Mary front millions of homes. Vietnamese breathe easier because the state no longer micro manages their lives or, worse, try to control their every thought. Surely, that's the worst evil.
Saigon, 2019, From InText
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, February 9, 2019
Years of the Pigs To have pigs supplant men as the best hope of mankind is the sickest historical joke ever, and it's far from over. Instead of piggy banks, we have pig banksters. Who are our biggest pigs, and what should we do about them?
Ea Kly, 2019, From InText
SHARE More Sharing        Monday, February 4, 2019
Royal Decrees Must Yield to Village Norms The main aim of modernism was to wrench you from your context, as in family, village and nation, and with those mostly accomplished, postmodernism's purpose is to divorce you from yourself even. The centuries-long war against reality began as a campaign against the lower body, where nature is most frank, gaping and unruly.
Ea Kly, 2019, From ImagesAttr
SHARE More Sharing        Monday, January 14, 2019
Whatever Your Hands Find to Do Unlike the Vietnamese, the Rade are matriarchal, meaning women own and inherit all properties, and a husband must move into his in-laws' household, so there must be many Rade women who get to pummel their husbands.
Ea Kly, 2019, From ImagesAttr
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Provincial Taxonomy One can easily spend a decade or two in an American place and not know anything about its past characters and anecdotes, so the only shared history one has is made up mostly of tales of exploits by corporate sport stars and favorite scenes from TV shows. Born into alienation, many Americans have never experienced anything but, so they bristle at mere suggestions that life can possibly be less virtual.
Christmas lantern in Da Lat, 2019, From ImagesAttr
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, January 4, 2019
Da Lat If a border wall is ever built, it will be to keep Americans in, turn their mental prison, already air tight, into an actual steel cage. Travel hubs have lomg become police checkpoints. Since they didn't even dare to name their enemy, much less put up a fight, they can only wish they were refugees.
Syrian refugees begging in Istanbul, From ImagesAttr
(9 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, December 18, 2018
US Sanctions Against Iran The US is withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal because of pressure from Israel, that's all. As long as Israel exists, Iran will be targeted. Israel was behind the American war against Iraq and Libya, and it's seeking to destroy Syria and Iran also.
Kawasaki, 2018, From ImagesAttr
(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, December 13, 2018
A More Colorful, Diluted and Dying Japan What's happening to Japan is relevant worldwide, for all the most advanced and accomplished populations are shrinking, while the most backward recklessly breed. If you think each child is a blank slate, with roughly equal potentials, then there's no cause for alarm, but many among us are convinced a nation's heritage is simply its biology, manifested.

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