Le Téléjournal / September 15, 2022
The Vietnamese Cultural Weeks are held until October 4, an opportunity to discover the contribution of this community rooted for 45 years in Quebec
Lila Maitre / September 24, 2021
She is considered the first press photographer in Quebec. Claire Beaugrand-Champagne presents until October 10 From Shadow to Light at the Monkland Gallery, located in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Cultural Center.
Le Lien Multimedia / September 12, 2021
Host Catherine Emmanuel Brunet will once again be at the helm of “Free Talks”, online to present this time photographer Claire Beaugrand-Champagne, journalist Paule Beaugrand-Champagne and historian Nguyen Phi Vân from Saint-Boniface University in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Caroline Chatelard, Le Devoir / September 2021
In 2021, Canada has been voted the best country in the world. At least, this is the ranking of the American magazine U.S. News & WorldReport and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Better quality of life, progressive, professional opportunities… But this is not the Canada that Ky Nam Le Duc depicts in The Best Country in the World, his second feature film.
André Duchesne La Presse / September 2021
As a harsh winter descends on Quebec, an extreme right-wing government takes power and closes the borders. Two women with little in common, Phuong and Roseline, leave the country and leave behind two men and a boy, Hiên, Alex and Junior. They try to rebuild a family of diversity.
The team of the Vietnamese Cultural Center has put together a beautiful program this year, despite the constraints, for their 2nd edition of the Vietnamese Cultural Week. Painting, comics, cinema, circus and gastronomy are in the spotlight!
The Vietnamese Cultural Center is pleased to present the first edition of the Vietnamese Cultural Week to be held in Montreal from September 20 to 27. The event highlights the cultural and artistic contribution of the Vietnamese community and celebrates the diversity and complementarity of Quebec society.
Julie Turgeon / 2019
They’re not on the street yet, but it shouldn’t be long now. The new Vietnamese Cultural Center of Town of Mount Royal, founded at the end of 2017, without fanfare, has just begun its activities.