Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Nhi Nguyen

In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, I am profiling one Asian or Pacific Islander MP for every day of the month of May. Today’s case is Nhi T. Nguyen, a Vietnamese-American woman who disappeared from Port Angeles, Washington on May 1, 1985

She was living there with her two children and her husband was working in Alaska. She knew very few people in the U.S. For that reason, and probably some others, authorities think she was taken against her will. But I don’t have much on her case.

If still alive, Nhi Nguyen would be 67 next month.

One thought on “Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Nhi Nguyen

  1. Ammo June 17, 2020 / 3:47 am

    In oct of 1988 there was partial and mostly skelatonized remains found in the logging roads of Elma,WA maybe like 5 or 6 hour drive from port angeles depending where the specific logging location was. there was clothing,shoes,and accessories found including saphire earings of possible asian make. a pearl ring that was sold through avon. Nhi is the only Asian to go missing around that time(atleast that was reported)* unidentified case search grays harbor washington.* I wonder if there was a way to do more research around this

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