The 39th Annual Vietnamese Culture Night at UCLA
Monday, January 21, 2019 | Royce Hall
Over the past 39 years, the Vietnamese Student Union at the University of California, Los Angeles has grown to be one of the largest and most prominent organizations in Southern California. We cherish and take very seriously the opportunity to increase our responsibility to educate people about bicultural issues concerning the Vietnamese American community. In attempts to foster a greater understanding towards the unique Vietnamese American experience, we enhance our own appreciation of the culture through the medium of theater and performing arts.
Therefore, the Vietnamese Student Union is proud to present our 39th Annual Vietnamese Culture Night (VCN) to the UCLA community and beyond.
Our show is open to a community of well over 1,800 undergraduate and graduate students, UCLA alumni, family members, and community members free of charge. We aim to foster a sense of appreciation for the unique Vietnamese culture through traditional song and dance, modern/hip hop movement, and distinctive storytelling. This year marks the 37th anniversary of our production and hopes to highlight some of the struggles of the second-generation Vietnamese American.