The youth of Vietnam have no memories of the traumatic Indochina war. Although they are brought up in a Communist regime, their ideology may be more geared to economic realities after the introduction of Doi Moi. The author, a young Japanese working on his Master's thesis, travelled widely throughout Vietnam for his research. He attempts to provide an insight into how the Doi Moi generation is adapting to the dramatic changes that confront the country. With numerous black and white photographs.
Young Vietnam: Doi Moi's Children
PublisherThink Centre (Asia)