On most Sundays, San Francisco’s historic Ferry Building closes shop at 5 p.m. Vendors go home after a long day of primping artisan cupcakes or pumping organic smoothies, and visitors walk off with an eco-friendly bag full of produce or a bellyful of some of SF’s best gourmet grub. For one night in September though, the Ferry Building’s staying open late--‘cause OneVietnam’s … [Read more...] about SF Street Eats 2011: World Famous Chefs Cooking International Street Foods
OneVietnam and South Bay First Thursday present Tech Edition
Tablets, social networking, clouds, SSDs, networking networks, USB 3.0, iPhones, Androids, and more – technology is ubiquitous in this day and age. As such, OneVietnam Network and South Bay First Thursdays have teamed up to present Toast of the Town: Tech Edition on Thursday, August 4th at Koji Sake Lounge in San Jose. RSVP at http://tot-tech.eventbrite.com/ In addition to … [Read more...] about OneVietnam and South Bay First Thursday present Tech Edition
Melodies and Motif
Often times, music is one of the first few aspects of a culture that is embraced by people of other cultures. Moreover, most cultures have a very distinct combination of melody, tempo, meter, harmony, texture, dynamics, timbre, and articulation. So, what better way to celebrate Vietnamese American musicians, including both instrumentalists as well as vocalists, than by … [Read more...] about Melodies and Motif
Goodjoe Likes OneVietnam!
According to the May 2011 issue of Inc. Magazine: It used to be that if you wanted to make a difference, you joined a nonprofit. And if you wanted to make money, you launched a business. These days, it’s not so simple. More nonprofits are being run like fast-growth start-ups. And more traditional companies are being built around social missions. And, if GREEN is added to … [Read more...] about Goodjoe Likes OneVietnam!
Art & Alcohol: Vietnamese-Japanese Fiber Artist, Recycled Art, and more
What does the world look like through the eyes of a Vietnamese-Japanese fiber artist? Can recycled material really be art, or just junk? In celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage Month, Toast of the Town on May 27 is featuring DVAN and some of the most talented Vietnamese and Asian American artists in the Bay Area. Join us at the ever-so-hip Eve Lounge to celebrate this special … [Read more...] about Art & Alcohol: Vietnamese-Japanese Fiber Artist, Recycled Art, and more