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The show began with a slide show of photos to familiarize the audience with the geographical features and beauty of Vietnam. Pictures, both pastoral and urban, taken from North to South, were displayed. The Trong Com dance was performed by 6 Vietnamese students who had been undergone two months of rigorous practice.

The cultural show acquainted the audience with traditional Vietnamese costumes, from the most popular dress, known as Ao dai, to the unique clothes of the ethnic minority in the North, Central and far South of Vietnam.

The fashion show introduced the audience of traditional Vietnamese costumes, from the most popular dress Ao dai, to the unique clothes of people in the North, Central and far South of Vietnam.

About a month before, on Jan 24, the VSA and the Vietnam Institute held a potluck Tet party for Vietnamese students and their friends at Mizzou. Karaoke was set up for potential Mizzou singers to practice and enjoy Vietnamese spring songs.

Now, guess who was the best singer? The Vietnamese community at Columbia on Tet celebration