HONG-ANH NGUYEN: LIVE IN CONCERT

Hong-Anh Nguyen is one of Melbourne’s most popular Vietnamese singer-songwriters. Performing in Vietnamese and English, Hong-Anh, accompanied by Binh Cadillac on guitar and keyboard, and singers Duong Hoa and Duy

Web series Phi and Me needs more public support, Lixi donations

Phi and Me is a second intergeneration Vietnamese refugee story about a Vietnamese refugee mum Kim Huong and her daughter Phi Nguyen. Mum wants Phi to be a doctor, but

Vietnam jails four for flying flag of ‘Saigon regime’

Vietnam has jailed four men for flying the flag of the US-backed Republic of Vietnam, the former state that spanned the southern half of the country until it was reunified

NSW police probe shooting death of Vietnamese lawyer Ho Le Dinh

New South Wales police are investigating an incident in which a man was shot and killed in a ‘targeted attack’ in Sydney’s west. Vietnamese-born lawyer Ho Ledinh, 65, was shot

2018 Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebrations starts off in St Albans

As the Year of the Rooster draws close to the end of the lunar-solar calendar, the Vietnamese community is readying to welcome 2018 as the Year of the Dog. This

Vietnam complains to WTO about US fish tariffs

Vietnam has challenged US anti-dumping measures against Vietnam’s exports of fish fillets, a filing published by the World Trade Organisation shows. Vietnam says Washington has broken WTO rules in the

Traffickers jailed for enslaving Vietnam women in UK nail bars

Members of a gang who forced Vietnamese girls and women into slavery in nail bars in Britain have been jailed for a total of nine years in what police believe

Vietnamese Australian student earns perfect ATAR score

Balwyn High School student Anne Pham is one of this year’s students who scored a perfect 99.95 ATAR score. The 17-year-old is one of the recipients of the University of

US slaps duties on Vietnamese steel originating from China

The US Commerce Department has slapped steep import duties on steel products from Vietnam that originated in China after finding they evaded US anti-dumping and anti-subsidy orders. The decision marked