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Question 1: The ________ on April 30, 1975—which ended the Vietnam War—prompted the first large-scale wave of immigration from Vietnam.
Fall of SaigonHo Chi Minh CampaignTet OffensiveOperation Frequent Wind

Question 2: As many as one million people who are five years and older speak Vietnamese at home—making it the seventh-most spoken ________.
HawaiiLanguages of the United StatesAlaskaAmerican English

Question 3: Many Vietnamese Americans have established businesses in Little Saigons and ________ throughout North America.
Chinatown, ManhattanChinatowns in Canada and the United StatesChinatowns in AsiaChinatown

Question 4: As a result, some Vietnamese Americans also speak fluent Cantonese (although with Vietnamese influence, as the dialect spoken differs slightly from Cantonese spoken by immigrants hailing from Guangdong, ________ and in Hong Kong).
Religion in ChinaProvince (China)ChinaTime in China

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Vietnamese refugees at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas, 1975
  Tet Festival in Little Saigon, Orange County, California
  Phước Lộc Thọ, the first Vietnamese-American shopping center in Little Saigon, California
  A boat person in a refugee camp

Question 6: Vietnamese American Heritage Project at the ________
Washington, D.C.United States CapitolSmithsonian InstitutionNational Mall

Question 7: The first substantial generation of Amerasian Vietnamese Americans were born to American personnel (primarily military men) during the ________ (1961–1975).
Vietnam WarKorean WarCentral Intelligence AgencyCold War

Question 8: Between 1981 and 2000, the ________ accepted 531,310 Vietnamese political refugees and asylees.
United StatesAlaskaPhilippinesCanada

Question 9: [2] They make up about half of all overseas Vietnamese (Việt Kiều) and are the fourth-largest ________ group.
Asian AmericanIndian AmericanFilipino AmericanJapanese American

Question 10: Another peak of Vietnamese immigrants to the US was in 1992, when many individuals in Vietnam's ________ were released or sponsored by their families to come to the United States.
Vietnam WarSouth VietnamReeducation campNorth Vietnam


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