The Vietnamese Veterans’ Association of South Australia and the Vietnamese Community in South Australia would like to thank the Multicultural Affairs, Department of the Premier for your support to our Memorial to Patriotic Generals of the Republic of Vietnam project.
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Dear Patrons, As one of our staff is affected by Covid-19, the Community Kitchen will be temporarily closed this weekend, 15-16 January, 2022. As soon as all of our staff receive negative results, we will re-open the Kitchen. Looking forward to welcome you back! The Vietnamese Community Kitchen
Source : ABC News National cabinet has agreed to extend the availability of free rapid antigen tests to some Australians, but supply shortages remain a serious issue across the country. Starting in the next two weeks, concession card holders will join close contacts on the list of people who can get their hands on free RATs. But […]
By Steve Keating – February 17 2021 (Reuters) – With the Beijing Winter Games less than a year away, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) are looking closely at human rights abuses in China, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday as calls to move the 2022 Games continue to […]
Source : Medical News Today The Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine, BBIBP-CorV, which the Beijing Bio-Institute of Biological Products (BBIBP) developed, is the first Chinese COVID-19 vaccine that the World Health Organization (WHO) has authorized for emergency use. This Snapshot feature discusses some of the common side effects that have occurred in clinical trials and the controversies […]
Quán Phở will be closed on the 25.12.2021 & 01.01.2022 weekends, and re-opened in the new year on 08.01.2022 We sincerely thank you for your support of our community this year Wishing you a safe festive season, and best wishes for the new year
About Our Community
The Vietnamese Community in Australia /SA Chapter Inc. (VCASA) was established in 1978, as a result of the wave of boat people (refugees) who fled Vietnamese communism after the civil war ended. This community organisation was originally formed to address the settlement needs of Vietnamese people and advocate for socially disadvantaged people and those whose human rights have been violated.
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62 Athol Street, Athol Park, SA 5012
+61 08 8447 8821
+61 08 8447 5527