Alain Bao Phan graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with dual degrees in Statistics and Computer Science. In 2001, Alain co-authored a statistical study with Dr. Malwane M. A. Ananda of UNLV, entitled “Performance Of Two-Way Anova Procedures When Cell Frequencies and Variancess Are Unequal”, published by Marcel Dekker Inc, New York in the esteemed journal Communications In Statistics (Vol. 30, No. 4, 2001).
Outside of his work in the field of mathematics and statistics, Alain is a talented musician and writer. Alain is a trained classical guitarist who has played, composed, and recorded with other well-known Vietnamese musicians. Alain has published his first Vietnamese collection of short stories, Tears of Winter, based on his experiences as a Vietnamese refugee in the United States.
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Tears of Winter (ISBN: 9781726214933) – A Collection of Short Stories is an autobiographical account of priceless experiences and golden lessons gathered by the author throughout his journey in life. It is the author’s hope that readers will enjoy each of these stories as wisps of conversation with a Vietnamese soul who has been separated from his home and placed in a foreign land. Each story is meant to reflect the facets of life that bond together all Vietnamese individuals – whether at home or abroad. The author is deeply grateful to friends and relatives who have helped to create this book.
Quote From Alain Bảo:
” I’m a mathematician & computer scientist by day, aspiring artist, model for fun and musician by night, and this is my website. I live in Las Vegas, Nevada, writing story, playing guitar and poker in spare time, and I like sports such as: swimming, basketball, biking, chess, football, soccer. (And getting’ caught in the rain, Reading at Starbucks) “