22A Hai Ba Trung Street
VIETNAMESE HISTORY AS I’VE OBSERVED IT: 1967-2007
sponsored by Friends of Vietnam Heritage
from their press release:
Lady Borton was one of the few Americans to work in both South and North Vietnam during the war. She worked with the Vietnamese boat people in a refugee camp in Malaysia after the war, made several trips to Vietnam in the 1980s and 1990s, and lives today in Hanoi. Drawing on her unique and rich experience and knowledge of Vietnam, Lady Borton will speak about the contemporary Vietnamese history and her personal views of the key events of the few past decades, thus enabling us to understand better the country and the people of Vietnam today.
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: Cinematheque Hanoi, 22B Hai Ba Trung
Cost: 100 000 VND
Limit: 90 people
Register: Contact Jelena Lenggenhager
(firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 0902 139 209).
Please leave your e-mail address and your contact telephone number.
– Please pick up and pay for your tickets on the evening of the event at the Cinematheque between 5h30pm and 6h45pm.
– As a courtesy to those on the waiting list please cancel if you cannot come, by calling the number 0902 139 209.
– Reserved tickets are allocated on a first come first served basis.
HANOI CINEMATHEQUE, Hanoi’s unique ‘art-house cinema’, is a members-only film society. Memberships are available at the box office for only 100,000VND per year. Members recieve regular emails with detailed schedules and reviews of the films. Tickets to the films are by donation.
HANOI CINEMATHEQUE 22A Hai Ba Trung Street (at the end of the alley leading to Artist’s Hotel) RESERVATIONS: Tel: 936 2648 (14:00 – 20:00) or email to: email@example.com Fax: 936 2649 CAFE CINEMATHEQUE opens from 17:00 weekdays and from 13:30 weekends.
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