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SU VSA 11th Annual Xuân Festival: Tôi Là Người Việt Nam

May 7, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$15
SU VSA 11th Annual Xuân Festival: Tôi Là Người Việt Nam

Seattle University Vietnamese Student Association Presents:
11th Annual Xuân Festival: “Tôi Là Người Việt Nam” (“I Am Vietnamese”)

Saturday, May 7th, 2016
Seattle University Campion Ballroom (914 E. Jefferson St. Seattle, WA 98122)
Doors Open: 4:00 PM
Show Starts: 5:00 PM

Attire: SEMI-FORMAL

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We will be selling physical tickets on the 2nd floor of Seattle U Student Center every weekday starting April 13th- April 29th, 11am-2pm.
Price: $15
You can also purchase online tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2511486

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The Seattle University Vietnamese Student Association (SUVSA) proudly presents its biggest event of the year – our 11th Annual Xuân Festival (Spring Festival)!

Join us for a night of Vietnamese cuisine and student performances, including dancing, singing, and story-telling. We invite you and your family to come celebrate our Vietnamese culture as we explore our identity and the meaning of Tôi Là Người Việt Nam.

All profits derived from this event will be donated to UNAVSA 2015-2016’s Collective Philanthropy Project: Kids Without Borders.

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ABOUT KIDS WITHOUT BORDERS

Founded in 2001, Kids Without Borders (KWB) is an ‘all-volunteer’ international non-governmental organization based in Washington State. KWB’s international work has reached more than 30 countries, with the majority of the programs and projects in Viet Nam. Over the last 14 years, KWB has provided support for the most needy population in Viet Nam, orphans and children with disabilities linked to Agent Orange. 100% of their work is made possible by their team of dedicated volunteers from countries around the world.

Proposed Project: “Teach Me To Fish”
The situation: Orphans leave the care of the orphanage at the age of eighteen.
Our focus: An exit plan for life after the orphanage.
Reality: Many would end up living in poverty, becoming victim of crime, being trafficked, forced marriage…
Opportunity: Provide these orphans with better chance to become healthy, functional, and productive adults.

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CONTACT

Christian Casuga: casugac@seattleu.edu
Thuy Truong: truongt7@seattleu.edu

Details

Date:
May 7, 2016
Time:
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$15
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Organizer

SU VSA Xuân
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/suvsaxuan/

Venue

Seattle University Campion Ballroom
914 E Jefferson St
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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