Vietnamese boat people is one of the biggest events not
only in the current world history but also in the
Vietnamese 4000-year history.
The Project tries at best to record as many as possible
the meaningful details around this event which happened
from 1975 to the time when the last VBP from refugee
camps have been resetled in a third country, and details
about the first generations of this event.
The details will cover: the true causes of the event,
the true process of the event and the true
aftermaths of the event.
The Project does not mean to raise up a hatred from old
stories. It does mean to record truly, correctly and
impartially all what did occur to the life or lives of
an individual or many individuals (a
group, a community, etc). The Project does not mean to
judge or comment on the events, but record the judgments
or comments of others as an attribute of the events.
All the recording will be digitally reserved in
different formats and transferred to different locations
The Project tries to use the latest technologies in
recording the stories in different formats: video,
audio, still images or real material evidences.
Different ways will be used to introduce the recording
to public: web sites, books, magazines, articles, radio,
TV, video, etc.
Received financial support will be used mainly to cover
recording fees, processing fees, archiving fees,
travelling fees. and other fees for the project. Any
amount remained will be transferred to charity
orgainzations supporting refugees or suffered people.
The Project is carried out on the the basis of
Voluntary, without political bias or distinguishment,
without religious, local and racial bias or
distinguishment, and as a non-profit organization.
The project needs financial support to maintain, manage,
develop and improve its systems and
managements. Some activities to raise fund, to sell or
distribute its products to the public are encouraged as
a selfsupport service.