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The Management Committee (MC) of the Vietnamese Community in Australia / SA warmly invites you to our quarterly Public Meeting to be held at:
In this meeting, you can find out more about the services that have been or will be provided by Community Access and Services SA (CASSA), details about online learning from the Vietnamese Community School in SA (VCSSA), and the report on the Adelaide Tet Festival at Bonython Park early this year. This is also an opportunity for you to provide feedback as well as a Questions & Answers (Q&A) session.
Please note that, in accordance with the SA Government’s official directives on COVID-19, name and contact number or email address of attendees will be retained to pass on to the government, if requested.
We would love to see you as this is a proper environment to collaborate to make our community stable and strong. However, if you cannot attend, all queries can be sent to the MC via postal mail at the above address or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To recover the South Austrlian economy post COVID-19 pandemic, the State Government currently has hundreds of jobs and training courses in many industries and categories.
1- SIMEC Energy Australia is currently building solar farms in Whyalla and needs 750 staff in all categories.
2- PEER Training Program.
8 weeks duration with hands on practice in the last 2 weeks. Completely free. Increased opportunities for school leavers who have been accepted into job training schemes or are looking for jobs in the building, mining and defence industries.
3- DATACOM is requiring many new staff to support the government’s plans to deal with COVID-19.
4- International company DXC Technology is recruiting 50 staff in all IT disciplines.
5- Thousands of jobs and opportunities for naval shipbuilding industry.
You can apply directly via the websites above.
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A message for Vesak 2020 from Minister Alan Tudge.
Celebrated in Vietnam and other parts of Asia, “Tết Nguyên Đán”, otherwise known as “Tết”, is a traditional Vietnamese festival that honours the dawning of the Lunar New Year. The Adelaide Tết Festival will be held at Bonython Park – Adelaide, on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 February 2020 and will seek to capture the happiness and spirit of the New Year by creating fun, happy memories, and celebrating Vietnamese culture and traditions.
The Adelaide Tết Festival is an annual event that enables Vietnamese South Australians to celebrate and share our traditional Lunar New Year custom that is rich in both cultural and spiritual values within the Vietnamese and broader Adelaide communities.
The Adelaide Tết Festival 2020 will involve a variety of activities that will bring together patrons from communities around our state of South Australia, interstate and overseas. The Festival will play host to many fun family activities, including sideshow games and rides, engage local businesses and food vendors to share their products and secret recipes, and facilitate a concert that will showcase multicultural performances from ethnic community groups, and traditional Vietnamese art and culture through song, dance and artistic expression.
This year we have upsized everything, including a larger, more centralised venue to accommodate more performances, more sideshow entertainment, more rides and amusements, and more deliciously authentic Vietnamese food options, for more patrons. This carefully considered approach is as a direct result of public consultation and our desire to share the most significant cultural celebration on our annual calendar with the South Australian public.
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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