Little Saigon Stories: Final Installation & Community Events

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – “Little Saigon Stories” is a visual story-telling project facilitated by the Media Arts Center San Diego, in collaboration with the AjA Project, Little Saigon Foundation and El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association.

The final public exhibition will take place with a full-day of free events in San Diego’s Little Saigon District on El Cajon Boulevard in City Heights on Saturday, April 27, according to Rizzhel Javier, with the AjA Project.

The event will include a pop-up art gallery, food crawl of local restaurants, guided walking tours, Vietnamese games and a “PostSecret” postcard writing street team in partnership with the San Diego Museum of Man.

Little Saigon Stories was designed as a platform for youth to capture, preserve and share the first-hand accounts of inter-generational members of the Vietnamese-American community, according to founders.

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