This study investigated the roles of filial piety, parental warmth, and parental control in parent-adolescent conflict among Vietnamese families. Two hundred four adolescents completed questionnaires about mother-adolescent conflict and 201 adolescents completed questionnaires about father-adolescent conflict. The results of multiple regression analyses revealed that filial piety, parental warmth, and parental control are significant predictors of mother-adolescent conflict and father-adolescent conflict. Maternal control was the strongest predictor of mother-adolescent conflict and paternal warmth was the strongest predictor of father-adolescent conflict. The implications of the findings for counseling parents and their adolescent children, as well as, directions for future research are discussed.