Ms. Oanh Ngo Usadi
Oanh Ngo Usadi was born in Saì Gòn but grew up in an orchard in the Mekong Delta, where her family was exiled after the war. When she was eleven, the family escaped Việt Nam as part of the mass exodus of boat refugees. In 1984, they settled in a small Texas town where her father, the eternal entrepreneur, opened a bánh mì sandwich shop. After working in consulting and having her own personal chef business, Oanh turned to writing. Her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Forbes, and elsewhere. She has been featured in several podcasts including The Moth Mainstage, Voice of America, and the Bookmonger. You can follow Oanh on Facebook, Twitter and the O&O Press website, OandOPress.com.Read more Read less
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