VSA Picnic to Rhodes Island

A conversation with David Thomas, Director of Indochina Arts Partnership

A conversation with David Thomas, Director of Indochina Arts Partnership. Great man dedicated to Vietnamese culture and arts:

New Hampshire Road Trip [10/14 – 10/15]

Thanks Meaghan and her family for hosting VSA over Columbus Weekend [10/14 – 10/15]

Saturday Brunch With Prof. Jane Luu

Saturday Brunch With Prof. Jane Luu [10/12/2013]

Meeting with Prof. Ngo Bao Chau [Fall 2012]

Meeting with Prof. Ngo Bao Chau, Fields Medalist, Vietnamese Mathematician

VSA Trong Com performance at SEA night

VSA help-out and performance at SEA night

Buổi biểu diễn của VSA ở đêm hội văn hóa các nước Đông Nam Á

To see our Trong Com performance
Màn trình diễn trống cơm của hội


VSA Fall Picnic 2013

Our first VSA picnic to Lake Winthrop, Holliston. Thanks to Uncle Cyrus for hosting us !

Spring 2013 Archive

Spring 2013 events listing:
– Friday, 01/11: General Body Meeting at Maseeh with tasty Vietnamese food, Kinect games, and VSA election!
– Friday, 01/25: Small party at Next House! We celebrated IAP with a lot of fun. @karaoke, @squid, @funnnn
– Tuesday, 01/29: A talk with Mr. Le Thanh Phuong – a famous Ao Dai designer was scheduled, however he could not go to Boston eventually, so we celebrated a surprising birthday party for an active member – Vo Thanh Minh Tue – instead!

– Sunday, 02/10: The most important day of the year: Lunar New Year’s Eve! We gathered at Next House, cooked delicious traditional food, and shared our stories.

– Saturday, 02/23: A talk by Ms. Jane Luu, an Astronomy Professor, with her sweet daughter Eliot. We listened to her interesting research and learned a lot about her career path.
– Saturday, 03/9: Ms. Jane Luu invited us to have dinner at Le’s restaurant. Eliot, again, made us laugh with her challenging games!
– Saturday, 03/16: Spring break was in a week. VSA members gathered in Maseeh to discuss about future events and enjoy delicious food.
– Saturday, 04/06: Met with Mr. Chon Vo, MIT alum ’85.