Caroline Vu


Born in Vietnam, Caroline Vu spent her childhood in Saigon during the height of the Vietnam War. She left Saigon in 1970, moving first to the US then to Canada. Her childhood memories of war-torn Vietnam and integration into North American life have inspired her two novels: ‘Palawan Story’ (published by DVP- 2014) and ‘That Summer in Provincetown’ (Guernica - 2015) . A passionate traveller, Vu’s travel stories of exotic destinations have been published in Doctor’s Review, the Medical Post, the Toronto Star, the Montreal Gazette, and the Tico Times (Costa Rica.) Caroline Vu is also a family doctor, who currently works in Montreal.

Caroline Vu is a member in good standing of the Quebec Writers Federation.

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Palawan Story
Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 70,580. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Asian American
Under the cover of darkness, Kim, a young girl, is put by her mother on a crowded fishing boat to escape Vietnam. The derelict boat drifts for two weeks on the South China Sea before reaching Palawan, a refugee camp in the Philippines. There, an American immigration officer mistakes Kim for a sponsored orphan with the same name and sends her to America.

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