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Mid-Autumn Harvest Festival 2013

Blog This holiday also has a huge emphasis on children. Because the summer’s harvest consisted of long hours of labor in the rice fields, it was thought that the festival helped many parents spend more time with their children and loved ones. In terms of food served at the festival, mooncakes have a cultural significance during this holiday. In ancient folklore, many believe that mooncakes were used to conceal secret messages during wartime. Mooncakes have a distinct flavor, and is made up of mainly egg yolk, lotus seeds, and ground beans. Read More ›

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Vietnamese Women in Arts & History

Blog The roles of the Vietnamese women in arts and history. Read More ›

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Vietnamese Tet (New Year) - 2013

Blog Vietnamese Tet Celebration in Little Saigon, San Francisco, with the main theme of "The Spring of Human Rights" Read More ›

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Mid-Autumn Harvest Festival 2012

Blog On September 29th, 2012, we invite you to attend the fourth Southeast Asian Arts & Culture Exhibition celebrating the harvest season! The Exhibition helps promote and preserve the arts and culture of the Southeast Asian American communities in San Francisco, and specifically highlights the Indo-Chinese refugee communities which have a history in the Tenderloin. Read More ›

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Fall Concert - My Beloved Country - 2012

Blog An outdoor concert presented by the Au Co Cultural Youth Team in the Union Square of the city of San Francisco Read More ›