Tran My Van

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Dr. Trần Mỹ Vân (born in South Vietnam) is a Vietnamese Australian academic. She and her family were forced to leave their country when the North Vietnamese Army defeated the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN), during the Fall of Saigon.

She emigrated to Australia and received her AM, PhD. She currently is a Professor at the University of South Australia.

She has authored two books concerning Vietnamese history, A Vietnamese Royal Exile in Japan: Prince Cuong De (1882–1951), A Vietnamese Scholar in Anguish, The long journey, Australia's first boat people and A report on the settlement of Indo-Chinese refugees in Darwin, the Northern Territory.

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