The American dream has its limits, and so have many of its values.
The Vietnamese have the unique ability to make the most of the limited opportunities they have at the top.
We are living in an era of unprecedented cultural convergence in the United Stated.
The rise of the hipster in America is one example.
Vietnamese people are the most open and accessible of any people in the world, and they are the fastest growing ethnic group in the country.
We’re living in a time of cultural convergence that is redefining our understanding of who we are, and how we can make a difference in the lives of our people.
Vietnam, with its vibrant history, rich cultural traditions and unique cultural mix, has a long and rich history.
The United States has had its own history of being a place of the unknown, and a place where a wide range of people have a chance to live their lives.
We know that Vietnamese people have had a long, difficult history of oppression and discrimination.
But, we also know that there is a lot of progress being made.
Today, more than ever, Vietnamese Americans are seeking out opportunities that might not be available to everyone else in the U.S. But they are not looking for it in a vacuum.
We can bring Vietnamese cultural convergence back to America.
The next generation of Vietnamese Americans will be different from the generation before.
We want to see the Vietnamese people living in the US become more integrated with other ethnicities, with the United Nations and with the rest of the world.
We believe that the future of our country depends on it.
We will work together to support our fellow Vietnamese Americans and to provide them with the tools they need to succeed.
Vang Xuan Lai is an author, broadcaster and consultant who has written for more than two decades on Vietnamese culture.
He is a contributing editor to Next Big Truth.
The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.