Dear Community Members, The wild bush fires of NSW and QLD are still turbulent with conditions worsening. The tragedy has claimed 4 lives and scorched countless numbers of homes. To show our love, appreciation and utmost gratitude to this country that opened her arms to accept tens of thousands of Vietnamese refugees in our darkest […]
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October, 7, 2018
Introduction Come along to this year’s Full Moon Festival and join us on the ‘Moon Walk’! Follow the Moon Walk map to find select stalls and activities, and receive special offers and complimentary goodies up to the value of $26 along the way. Tickets are only $10 each and can be purchased on the event […]
Thanks to a program called Fund My Neighbourhood last year from the Department of the Premier and Cabinet (Government of South Australia), community members have seen a markedly improved lighting and sound system at the Community Hall of the Vietnamese Community in Australia / SA Chapter. Since installation, the new sound system coupled with acoustic […]
Events to Commemorate Black April Dear compatriots, Since South Vietnam was lost to the Communists, our country has undergone countless mourning and tragedies. Communist Vietnam has continued to ostracize our people while offering our land, our sea to the northern invaders for the last 44 years. To protest against the tyranny of Communist Vietnam, the […]
Vietnamese-Australian Museum Petition Australia is the home of almost 300,000 people with Vietnamese heritage, representing 1.25% of the population. Over the last 40 years, the Vietnamese community has become a model for multi-culturalism in Australia having successfully integrated into society, contributing to business, government, sports and the arts. Unlike the Chinese, Italian, Islamic and Jewish […]
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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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