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Đều như nhịp trống, Nhạc Xanh, Video, Văn Hóa, anh Trần Đình Hoành.

Giỗ tổ Hùng Vương 2010, Văn Hóa, Nước Việt Mến Yêu, Nhạc Xanh, Video, anh Trần Đình Hoành.

Chào mừng Ngày Trái Đất 22.4, Văn Hóa, anh Trần Đình Hoành.

Chào mừng Ngày Hành Chính 21.4, Văn Hóa, anh Trần Đình Hoành.

Hiểu đời , Danh Ngôn, song ngữ, chị Phạm Thanh Hằng.

Khôn ngoan, Danh Ngôn, song ngữ, chị Nguyễn Thu Hiền.

Tình yêu giúp ta nhận ra chính mình, Trà Đàm,
anh Trần Bá Thiện.

Người khuyết tật cho ta hạnh phúc , Chuyện Phố, chị Phạm Vũ.

Làm sao để viết một bài thơ Tàu , Thiền, Văn Hóa, Trà Đàm, song ngữ, anh Trần Đình Hoành.
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Asia Society and PBS’s AMERICAN EXPERIENCE cordially invite you to the screening of My Lai

What drove a company of American soldiers — ordinary young men deployed on what they understood to be a combat mission — to murder more than 300 unarmed Vietnamese civilians? Were they “just following orders,” as some later declared? Or, as others argued, did they break under the pressure of a misguided military strategy that measured victory by body count? Today, as the United States once again finds itself questioning the morality of actions taken in the name of war, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Barak Goodman (“The Lobotomist,” “Scottsboro: An American Tragedy”) focuses his lens on the 1968 My Lai massacre, its subsequent cover-up and the heroic efforts of the soldiers who broke ranks to try to halt the atrocities. “My Lai” draws upon eyewitness accounts of Vietnamese survivors and men of the Charlie Company 11th Infantry Brigade and recently discovered audio recordings from the Peers Inquiry to recount one of the darkest chapters of the Vietnam War.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

6:45 pm Screening followed by Q&A with Barak Goodman, director and Jonathan Schell, The Nation, and Kevin Buckley, former bureau chief (in Vietnam) for Newsweek

Asia Society

725 Park Avenue at 70th Street

New York, NY 10021

Free Admission. Advance Registration required. Recording devices are not permitted.

For tickets, call the Asia Society box office at (212) 517-ASIA or visit https://tickets.asiasociety.org

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TWOWS Postgraduate Fellowships

An Asia Arts Event entitled Music of Vietnam: Traditional Solo Music for Strings

performed by two of Vietnam’s most esteemed musicians, Ms. Nguyễn Thanh Thủy and Ms. Ngô Trà My.

Nguyễn Thanh Thuỷ, a master of the traditional Vietnamese đàn tranh (16-string zither), graduated from the Hanoi Conservatory of Music in 1998 in đàn tranh, and got her master at the Institute of Vietnamese Folklore in 2002. She won an Odon Vallet scholarship in 2002, and Arts Network Asia scholarship in 2003. She won a series of first prizes in the national traditional Vietnamese music competitions. She is currently teaching đàn Tranh at the Vietnam National Academy of Music while active in traditional and experimental music. She performing widely in Europe and Asia. She also participates in international researching program ‘Rethinking Improvisation’. She has recorded in many CDs.

Ngô Trà My, is a master of the famous traditional Vietnamese đàn bầu (a one-string instrument). She currently lectures on đàn bầu at the Hanoi National Conservatory of Music and the Malmö Academy of Music in Sweden. She got her diploma on đàn bầu in 1994 and a master in Musical Pedagogy in 2007. She performs widely in Europe, U.S., Australia and Asia. She is a member of the Six Tones group, and the ASIAN-Korea Traditional Orchestra and its Representatives Committee. She has recorded solo and in instrumental chamber music in many CDs and DVDs, and most noticeable, Lời ru quê hương “Lullabies for my home land.”

Ðàn Tranh (16-string zither) and đàn Bầu (monochord) are popular traditional instruments in Vietnam music thousands of years old.

Place: Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue at 70th Street, NYC.
Time: 8-9pm. April 21, 2010.
Admission: $16 Asia Society members, $18 students and seniors, $20 non-members.
Info: (212)517-ASIA.
The music program is sponsored by Asia Society and IVCE.
This program is in conjunction with Asia Society’s current exhibition Ancient Arts of Vietnam.

Place: Greenberg Theater, American University. 4200 Wisconsin Ave, Washington D.C 20016.
Time: 7.30-9pm. April 26, 2010.
Admission: Free. Please email to rsvp@vietnamembassy.us by April 21 to register the guest list.
Info: (202)368-4698.
The music program is sponsored by the Embassy of Vietnam in U.S and in association with IVCE.

Place: Berkner Hall, BNL.
Time: 12.00-1.00pm. April 28, 2010.
Admission: Free. The event is not open to the public.
Info: (631)344-4792
The music program is sponsored by Lab’s Asian Pacific American Association and Diversity Office, Brookhaven National Laboratory and in association with IVCE.

IVCE greatly appreciates the collaboration of Southeast Asia Studies Centers, Vietnamese Student Associations, and organizations throughout the United States. IVCE has been coordinating valuable Vietnamese cultural programming, including traditional & contemporary music, poetry & literature, film, folk & contemporary painting exhibitions, as well as history seminars for the past several years.

Postgraduate Training Fellowships for Women Scientists from Sub-Saharan Africa and Least Developed Countries (LDC) at Centres of Excellence in the South. The Fellowship is offered to women scientists to pursue postgraduate research in a field of the natural sciences. Deadline for applications: 31 July of each year. The Third World Organization for Women in Science (TWOWS) with funds generously provided by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), has instituted a fellowship programme for female students from Sub-Saharan Africa and Least Developed Countries (LDCs), who wish to pursue postgraduate training leading to a Ph.D., at centres of excellence in the South (developing countries), outside their own country. The general purpose of the scheme is to contribute to the emergence of a new generation of women leaders in science and technology, and to promote their effective participation in the scientific and technological development of their countries.

Readmore: http://cambodiajobs.blogspot.com/2010/04/twows-postgraduate-fellowships.html

Music of Vietnam: Traditional Solo Music for Strings, performed by two of Vietnam’s most esteemed musicians, Ms. Nguyễn Thanh Thủy and Ms. Ngô Trà My.

Ðàn Tranh (16-string zither) and đàn Bầu (monochord) are popular traditional instruments in Vietnam music thousands of years old.

Place: Asia Society, 725 Park Avenue at 70th Street, NYC.
Time: 8-9pm. April 21, 2010.
Admission: $16 Asia Society members, $18 students and seniors, $20 non-members.
Info: (212)517-ASIA.
The music program is sponsored by Asia Society and IVCE.
This program is in conjunction with Asia Society’s current exhibition Ancient Arts of Vietnam.

Place: Greenberg Theater, American University. 4200 Wisconsin Ave, Washington D.C 20016.
Time: 7.30-9pm. April 26, 2010.
Admission: Free. Please email to rsvp@vietnamembassy.us by April 21 to register the guest list.
Info: (202)368-4698.

The music program is sponsored by the Embassy of Vietnam in U.S and in association with IVCE.

Place: Berkner Hall, BNL.
Time: 12.00-1.00pm. April 28, 2010.
Admission: Free. The event is not open to the public.
Info: (631)344-4792

The music program is sponsored by Lab’s Asian Pacific American Association and Diversity Office, Brookhaven National Laboratory and in association with IVCE.
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