Category: Viet Nam
Several SEA documentaries at the 2009 Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival this December.
HelpAge International, East Asia Pacific Regional Development Centre, is responding to the recent natural disasters in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
Viet Nam: From an “Universal Country” Representing the Chinese Civilization to a “Regional Country” in Southeast Asia
Today Vietnam is a member of ASEAN. For Vietnamese people, however, this issue becomes a matter of historical questioning from the origin of when they considered themselves members of Southeast Asia.
Dong Loc Crossroad is a true-life story of eleven members of an all-female unit of north Vietnamese volunteers charged with the task of detonating unexploded ordnance during the Viet Nam War.
A Vietnamese Double Feature – Passerine Bird and Traveling Circus!
A haunting portrait of one woman’s struggle with loss and personal sacrifice during the war, When the Tenth Month Comes is considered by many critics …
Vietnamese Ethnobotany: New understandings of Refugees, the Ho Chi Minh Trail, and the Iron Triangle
This presentation will create new images and a better understanding of the terms “refugees,” “Ho Chi Minh Trail,” and the “Iron Triangle,” and further cultivate that understanding through an exploration of ethnobotany and conservation in Vietnam.
An anecdotal, semi-documentary reflection on the Viet Nam War from the point of view of some young Viet Cong conscripts, “Song of the Stork” focuses on the human rather than political element to largely engrossing effect.
As part of the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Center is bringing seven new Southeast Asian films to campus and is bringing to Hawaii seven filmmakers for a special discussion of politics and movies in the region.
It’s modern-day Saigon, where eight million people are just trying to keep up with the pace.