1. Close to 400 Vietnamese Americans fanned out to halls of United States Congress on March 6, 2012, to lobby their representatives for legislations condemning Vietnam human rights practice and to bring about measures to improve the freedom of expression, assembly and practice of religion of their compatriots in the communist country.

    The gathering was the result of a petition by the Vietnamese expatriate community to the White House on-line petition webpage with a record 140 thousand-plus signatures pleading the executive branch to stop expanding trade with Vietnam while indiscriminate imprisonments of bloggers, musicians and political objectors are commonplace.

    Vietnamese Americans numbering near a thousand rally outside the White House on March 5, 2012, to ask President Barack Obama to pay attention to violations of human rights in their motherland.

    The day before March 3, 2012, the White House received nearly 200 Vietnamese Americans in a briefing by a panel of the administration's several departments on issues of global partnership, Asian-Pacific community development in the U.S. and human rights in Vietnam.

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  2. A mini documentary on the reform of the Roman Catholic church due to the Vatican II Council in the mid-1960's that led to greater participation by the laity in the church's liturgical life. Mass is longer being " said" , but celebrated".

    Church music was before all in Latin, now written in common tongues reflecting the cultures of the congregation. In keeping with the tenor of the time Vietnamese church music experienced a new genre of hymns by progressive song writing priests.

    This multimedia presentation is to introduce a stage musical performance of church music by Rev. Nguyen Thanh Tam of the Mary, Mother of Perpetual Help Parish in Saigon, Vietnam.

    The musical show was a production of The Light of Good News (Ánh Sáng Tin Mừng) Vietnamese-speaking radio program in the Nation's capitol area.

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  3. Prelude Chamber Ensemble performs quarterly classical and popular chamber music at the Saint John's Methodist
    Church in Springfield, Virginia.
    It brings together performers, composers, emerging young talents and audiences to experience the beauty of music.
    Prelude Chamber Ensemble also attracts musicians of different cultural backgrounds, such as the Vietnamese
    Youth String Orchestra, and highlights their heritages through music.

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VietNova Vimeo channel features videos and multimedia reporting of community, educational , musical,
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