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BBC News published this video item, entitled “US election: A generational divide over Trump among Vietnamese-Americans – BBC News” – below is their description.
For many Vietnamese refugees who settled in the US after the Vietnam War, the Republican Party has stood for anti-communism and freedom. Research suggests Vietnamese-Americans are more likely to support Donald Trump than any other Asian-American community. As part of the BBC’s coverage of different communities in the US election, we look at how younger Vietnamese-Americans are seeing things differently – and are attempting to persuade their parents to reconsider. Produced and edited by Kevin Kim; filmed by Shane Michael ColellaBBC News YouTube Channel
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