June 27, 2008

a hiatus

It's been awhile since I posted anything here but other things have been occupying my life (like motherhood :)) and so I think this blog will have to rest for now. With the burgeoning meetup community, the NY Vietnamese School and the growing number of creatives in NYC, I don't feel so terrible. I will continue to add links to the sidebars so if you know of any local artists, creatives or just interesting Vietnamese and Vietnamese-Americans living and working in NYC let me know!

In the meantime, I will be focusing my efforts on a different blog project, this one about LUNCH. Thanks for following along all this time and for tolerating my avid internet stalking! Some of us have become good friends through this site and I could not have wished for anything more.


Long said...

C'est dommage! Just happened upon this site the other night surfing for Viet stuffs in NYC. Got it bookmarked now. Thanks for all the interesting stories, valuable info and references.

khongten said...

Hello chi, i don't know how else to reach you, so i went to your blog. My name is Hau Nguyen, and I represent NYVS as a PR. I would like to know if you can post the next shcool registration for the upcoming semister. If yes, please respond back to me so i can send you rhe flier. Cam On Nhieu.


Yen Ha said...

You did not leave me a place to respond but since this blog will no longer be updated, it's probably not the best place to post anything current about the Viet School registration for the upcoming year. Thank you for writing though!

kdgracious said...

Happy New Year Yen,

I just found your blog this morning and it's great. Since you're more in touch with the Vietnamese Community here in NYC, can you tell me where I might be able to find and buy Banh Chung for the New Year?



Yen Ha said...

Grace - I always get my banh chung from my mom who makes them every year so truthfully I've never bought them before. I do know that I see them around Chinatown - places like Banh Mi So 1 or try some of the restaurants like Pho Bang or Pho So 1, they might have some. Good luck!

ViNNY Group said...

Hello Ha Sisters!

My friend and I are starting a Vietnamese New Yorker Social Group called ViNNY Group, and came across your amazing blog!

Sorry to hear it's on hiatus, but perhaps you might want to advise us in making our ViNNY Group sparkle like your group did?

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