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Between 150，000 and 300， government officials in Vietnam.
many Vietnamese who have family members in the United States are able to get visas designed to reunifyfamilies. These newly-arrived Vietnamese
Many of them listen to Radio Saigon-
their families， They were both journalists in Vietnam. She then became a reporter for a newspaper in San Diego， California.
Many Vietnamese in the United States listen to her. Some Vietnamese stations in other parts of the United St
"This morning our station did an interview with a priest in Vietnam who was leading a group of 18，000 protester in the Central Vietnam against the pollution."
Vu Thanh Thuy says people who listen to the station are very interested in what is happening in Vietnam. She says they are worried about Chinese claims to Vietnamese territory.
She says the station broadcasts programs on many issues.
" up with a question and ask me I will tell you when to listen and， you know， at what time， what day to listen."
where many Vietnamese live and work. Even the street signs are in Vietnamese. Near the station are a large Vietnamese Buddhist pagoda and a Vietnamese Catholic church. The shopping center where the station has its studios has many Vietnamese restaurants， tea shops， bakeries and health food stores.
Many people who work and shop in the area speak only Vietnamese. For some who have recently arrived from Vietnam， as well as for some who have been here many years，
to their new life in the United States.
I'm Christopher Jones-Cruise.