Anh ca Kiet (Anh ca Sang's half Viet, half Khmer but raised in Utah trainee) will now be speaking Khmer. Anh ca Lim will be proselyting in both Viet and Khmer with a Khmer companion in a Khmer area. Em My Hoa will be changing over to the Khmer program as well. Sister Lam will be speaking Viet again after her second stint speaking Khmer.
Anh ca Hoa Minh and Anh ca Nam will both be heading back to Ho Chi Minh.
Previously, the rumor going around was that to serve in Viet Nam, at the very least your father had to be Vietnamese so that you had a Viet last name on your passport. Apparently that was never a legal restriction imposed by the Vietnamese government. Anh ca Duy (Viet mother, but American father and therefore no Viet last name) and Chi Hong (Viet and black but adopted by a white family and therefore no Viet last name) are both going to serve in Ho Chi Minh! Chi Hong is the first Viet-American sister to serve in Vietnam.
So, for any one who understands and/or cares, this is how it will be next transfer:
Branch 3: Anh ca Sang, Anh ca Binh, Chi Hoa, Chi Huong
Branch 10: Anh ca Tu, Anh ca Duc, Chi Hien, Chi Vy
Branch 6: Anh ca Canh, Anh ca Tien, Chi Ha, Chi Van
Ha Noi: Anh ca Minh, Anh ca Vu, Chi Nga, Chi Thuy
Ho Chi Minh: Anh ca Nam, trainee, Anh ca Hoa Minh, Anh ca Hieu, Anh ca Huynh, Anh ca Duy, Chi Lam, Chi Hong