Anh Do is a Metro reporter covering Asian American issues and general assignments. A second-generation journalist, she has worked at the Dallas Morning News, The Seattle Times, The Orange County Register and Nguoi Viet Daily News, the largest Vietnamese-language newspaper in the U.S.
Born in Saigon, Do is a graduate of The University of Southern California with degrees in journalism and English literature and she has reported from Cuba, India, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam. Her writing on race and culture has won awards from Columbia University and The Asian American Journalists Association. She is also a recipient of Yale’s Poynter Fellowship in Journalism. Apart from words, she’s passionate about all things canine, spending 25 years in dog rescue around the globe.
Articles, Publications, and Appearances
Episode 91 – 7 Leaves (LA Times, July 24, 2019)
Anti-Asian Hate Incidents Explode, Climbing Past 800 (Spectrum News 1, July 17, 2020)
As Supreme Court decision looms, undocumented Asians say they must speak up or risk losing DACA (LA Times, November 30, 2019)
In Little Saigon, this newspaper has been giving a community a voice for 40 years (LA Times, March 21, 2019)
In Orange County, 24 Vietnamese Americans are running for office. 13 share the same last name (LA Times, October 21, 2018)
Watch out! Angry little girl is sharing her feelings (LA Times, April 25, 2013)