An annual performance aimed at promoting Vietnamese culture in the UK will be held by Vietnamese students this Saturday in London, according to a press release.
The ninth Crossroads performance will feature a wide variety of contemporary arts performances by Vietnamese students attending London universities.
All proceeds from the show will go directly to a number of charities in Vietnam, including the Orange Agency Victims Association, the Dang Thuy Tram Hospital Fund, the Red Cross, and the Golden Heart.
Initiated by the Vietnam Society at London School of Economics (VNLSE), the cultural show typically attracts hundreds of Vietnamese students every year.
VNLSE was founded in 1999 and maintains a membership base consisting of thousands of past and current students at the London School of Economics.