Tag: Viet Nam
“Little Monsters” is a genre-less band from Viet Nam who prefer to keep their sound experimental and gentle.
Spotlighting books on the Viet Nam War including one by UHM Prof. Emerita Beverly Deepe Keever and two by UHM alumnus Dr. Pierre Asselin.
This week, our bookshelf spotlights recent recipients of book prizes in Southeast Asian studies from the Association of Asian Studies.
This week’s featured artist is classically trained and acoustically stimulated. Enjoy the rare sounds of Lê Cát Trọng Lý!
Watch a video segment by the Straits Times that explores the beauty of the Mekong river.
This week we spotlight children’s books on Viet Nam as it prepares for ‘Tet-Trung-Thu’ or the Mid-Autumn Festival which traditionally honors children.
This talk by Emeritus Professor Ben Kerkvliet emphasizes critics who want to replace, non-violently, the present regime with a democratic political system in Viet Nam.
BLOOD LETTER/SWORD OF THE ASSASSIN, from director Victor Vu, is an ambitious and sprawling stab at kiem hiep (Vietnamese sword fighting genre)
Blood Letter/Sword of the Assassin is a sword-fighting action film from Viet Nam. (on 9/9)
Join us on Thursday, September 10 for a talk by Emeritus Professor Ben Kerkvliet about regime critics in Viet Nam from the 1990s to 2014.