Vietnamese cinema is changing, and at the helm of change are Vietnamese Americans filmmakers returning to a land they once fled.
April 27th at Stanford University. Vietnamese American arts and literature. Mark your calendar.
Tony Nguyen, director of Enforcing the Silence, has a new project, and it’s called “Giap and the Last Iron Board Factory.”
Come by for a celebration of Vietnamese Arts & Culture
Come see VAALA’s newest exhibit, featuring some very talented artists!
Is it the cat or is it the rabbit? It’s a story of misguided trust and missed chances. It’s a story of animals racing to get to a meeting. It’s actually pretty endearing.
Can we get to the point where hardworking parents, without the extra income, will still be able to send their kids back to Vietnam through the help of their community?
Ever wonder what that ancient-looking octagonal mirror hanging above houses and storefronts is? It’s a bagua mirror. Find out more about why it’s so ubiquitous among Asians and how it’s supposed to function.
Vietnamese is my second language. I was raised as an American with my grandfather’s culture sparsely scattered upon my childhood. I was fed Vietnamese food, mainly by my paternal grandmother, ba noi, who had a natural talent for cooking but mostly everything else was either completely American or a mixture of Vietnamese and American and […]
Interracial relationships are on the rise. As a young Vietnamese, Buddhist woman, how will you and your American, Christian husband-to-be plan your wedding? There are not enough hours in the day to fulfill every tradition in each others’ books. Which traditional practices are important enough to each of you to keep and which traditions must be let go in order to spare the wedding guests of the agony of a twenty-two hour wedding?