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Rice and Shine

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Rice and Shine

A society podcast in German from ZEIT ONLINE

Vietnamesische Menschen gelten in Deutschland als still und unsichtbar – vielleicht hört man ihnen aber auch einfach nur nicht zu? Die Journalistinnen Minh Thu Tran und Vanessa Vu sind Kinder vietnamesischer Einwanderer und brechen mit den nervigsten Klischees, erzählen mal selbst, mal mit Gast aus ihrem Leben und vor allem: vom weltbesten Essen.

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