Phillip B. Nghiem was born in Fountain Valley, California. Mr. Nghiem obtained his... more
Phillip B. Nghiem was born in Fountain Valley, California. Mr. Nghiem obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology at California State University Long Beach in 2007. In Fall of 2007, Mr. Nghiem returned to the University on a full tuition scholarship. In 2009, he received his Master of Arts degree in Asian and Asian American Studies, with a research emphasis in interracial and interethni... view profile
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