Posted by: BPSOS | February 18, 2009

Tin Tức – News: BPSOS-Orange County Rolls Out Ao Dai Fashions for the Tet Parade!

better-car-bannerLet’s roll!  BPSOS-Orange County and guests get ready to showboat in style at the Little Saigon Tet Parade.

February 18, 2009: History was made on January 31, when the first Vietnamese American to be elected to the US Congress, former BPSOS intern Anh “Joseph” Cao, led the annual Tet Parade in Little Saigon.

Also on hand was a contingent of leaders and staff from the BPSOS-Orange County office, who showed up in their finest ao dai fashions to honor Vietnamese traditions. Cultural events are just a part of what BPSOS does, though for information about  all the services and events offered by the OC branch, please click here or contact branch manager Tiffany Nguyen at  714.775.2214 or tiffany.nguyen@bpsos.org.

Here are some photos by which to remember a fabulous day:

parade-flags-21BPSOS-Orange County models the finest Tet traditions.

rush-to-get-thereTime to catch up! Don’t panic!


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