January 21, 2019

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San Francisco - Ho Chi Minh City Sister City Committee Visits Vietnam, SF State Reception for MacArthur Fellows & More
November 8, 2018

News Courtesy of George Saxton

Coming Sister City Activities 

1Vietnam Food Expo and Mission to Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
November 9, 2018
optional visits  to
Ha Noi and Da Nang, Da Lat, Hoi An and Nha Trang
JOIN US
2. A Night with MacArthur Fellows

 Viet Nguyen and An-My Le

 by 

Department of Asian American Studies, SF State

November 15, 2018

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM PST

               

SF STATE STUDENT LIFE LEARNING CENTER (THE ANNEX) 

1 North State Street 

San Francisco, CA 94132

3. December 20, 2018

Vietnam Economic Briefing

Location - TBA

6:00 to 9:00 PM

San Francisco

Celebrating 23 Years of Citizen Diplomacy 

 

 

George G. Saxton

Executive Director

San Francisco - Ho Chi Minh City Sister City Committee

Board Member, Northern California Sister Cities International

(415) 447-6075 or (415) 240-1551

 Website: www.sfhcmc.org

Join us at FACEBOOK or TWITTER

The Committee is a non-political educational people to people program. It is organized under the laws of the state of California, and is recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation by the Internal Revenue Service. FEIN: 94-3198119.
 


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