In March 2008, Nguoi Viet
--the Orange County-based largest Vietnamese newspaper in the United States--pushed out its longtime editor Hao-Nhien Vu at a time when rapid right-winger immigrants were calling the very-much-non-communist paper a tool of Hanoi.
After his ouster, Hao-Nhien Vu launched his successful Bolsavik.com blog and began teaching at Santa Ana College.
But today his exile from Nguoi Viet ended. The paper's management officially brought him back as editor.
"I think I'm good for the paper and the paper's good for the community," he told me.
-- R. Scott Moxley / OC Weekly