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One came from a young man in San Diego. A second note arrived from a young Chicago based actress auditioning for the lead role of the Vietnamese mother, Kim, in the Broadway revival of the musical "Miss Saigon" planned for Dagny stumbled across an interview I had done with an Amerasian teenager in the s. Astoundingly, Dagny who really ought to be an investigative reportertracked her down. She found a real life Vietnamese mother named "Kim" living 31 year later in California.

She and thousands of other half-American, half Vietnamese were a legacy of a war, many were trying to forget. See the video: Like so many others, Kim Nguyen's story is one of abandonment, violence, struggle and deprivation. It began 48 years ago when an American soldier and a Vietnamese woman conceived of a baby girl somewhere in Saigon. Kim's mother died when she was young. For a while she was placed in the care of her mother's family who made clear Kim wasn't really wanted.

Life became worse when North Vietnamese troops captured Saigon in sending the Americans fleeing. Half American children were an all too obvious reminder of the "imperialist Americans and their puppet regime. By the early '80s, Kim, who in those days introduced herself to foreigners as "Mai," was living mostly on the streets.

Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City was 16 years old when we first met: She was the most talkative of several dozen Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City who could be found chatting to tourists along Saigon's main street known today as Dong Khoi -- "street of the popular uprising. The cheerfulness the Saigon street children displayed, we came to learn, was painfully deceptive.

For three years, Kim Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City to a small group of five fellow Amerasians, the youngest They were shunned, abused and lived by their wits in the harshest conditions. After I filmed Kim in Marchstate security agents were watchingshe was arrested and sent off to a prison camp for two months. Hanoi authorities were planning for tenth anniversary celebrations of their victory on April They wanted a clean Ho Chi Minh City, free of the embarrassment Mature sex mates in Telukbutun the street kids they were doing nothing to assist.

Several hundred were rounded up. At a time when few Americans visited Vietnam, Kim and her friends approached every visitor they could find, seeking help.

Their only hope lay in their faces. They had no papers, no proof of parentage, no contacts, no money. During the decade, toon frequent Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City both to Cambodia and Vietnam, I would gather letters, notes, photos, scraps of papers from all kinds of desperate people. I took them off to the U. I suspected nothing would happen; certainly not until Vietnam and the United States normalized relations.

That happened in I moved on to other stories in Asia. Gradually, however, things began to change. A few hundred Amerasians each month began to leave Vietnam.

In the U. Congress implemented something called the "American Homecoming Act. Under the act more than 23, Amerasians and 67, of their relatives came to the United States. The act allowed young people to establish American identity by their appearance alone.

It also provided welfare benefits for the newly arrived. For Kim, however, there would be further hardship. Seeking refuge from street life, she married a man in Saigon. He fathered her first child, a daughter born just shy of Kim's 20th birthday. She says the man repeatedly beat her. As a condition for Kim and her daughter to leave for America, he insisted he come with her.

The family arrived in California in September Kim supported herself, as many Prostitute in Zvolen Vietnamese women do, as a manicurist at a local nail shop. A second child was born in The abusive relationship born in hardship in Vietnam continued in hardship in California.

InKim finally met a loving man with whom she could build a new life. Matthew was a fellow Amerasian who had come to America in the late 's: Today Kim and her family live modestly in Riverside. There are five children living at home. Her oldest children are successful professionals. It made it easier Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City them to accept me.

They processed us quickly. Actress Shana Dagny is both moved by passionately engaged Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City Kim Nguyen's story. Moving beyond preparation for a part, Shana, who has Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City the fictional Kim in Illinois and Indiana, wants to create a new film on the real Kim's life. Learn about Shana's Kim project: The musical play Miss Saigonwhich was first performed in London inhas come in for its share of criticism over the years.

Asian-American groups have denounced it Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City "racist, perpetuating stereotypes of Asian men and women and romanticizing prostitution and international adoption. Just as Puccini had no understanding Nude women in Whangarei 19th Century Japan, Prostitute in Coari writers and producers of Miss Saigon had little knowledge of 20th Century Vietnam.

And it did bring attention to one real problem: In Miss Saigonthe fictional Kim kills herself to force her American lover to take her daughter to America. A chorus of Amerasians sings:. The dust of life. Conceived in Hell, And born in strife. They are the living reminder of all the good we failed to do.

We can't forget Must not forget That they are all our children, too. The real life Kim in Riverside says she had not heard of Miss Saigon until now, but she'd like to see it someday.

But she says, she'll go Lonely moms in Ho Chi Minh City her family so she won't dwell on the painful memories of loneliness on the streets of Saigon. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Two remarkable emails arrived last month.

Today in Riverside California, Kim Nguyen is the proud, loving mother of seven children. I first met her when she was a "street kid" in Saigon in March Kim does not know who her father was. Nearly three million American military men and women served in Vietnam between and If I don't, I don't eat. Kim says her large family gives her great happiness. I helped put her in jail for two months. As an entertainment Miss Saigon is nonetheless exciting.

A chorus of Amerasians sings: Kim and her family today in California.

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