Nhan Ngo

 
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NYU Linguistic String Project; Temple University's Center for Vietnamese Philosophy, Culture & Society; Folk Arts - Cultural Treasure Charter School, Dan Tranh Ensemble; Board Member, Mekong NYC and Institute of Vietnamese Culture & Education

Ngô Thanh Nhàn, Ph.D. Linguistics, is a fellow in Vietnamese Nôm and Folk Music Studies of the Center for Vietnamese Philosophy, Culture & Society of Temple University, and a visiting scholar at New York University, Linguistic String Project. Dr. Nhàn is a co-coordinator of the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign. He currently teaches đàn tranh [Vietnamese 16-string zither] at the Folk Arts–Cultural Treasures Charter School in Philadelphia. He is a board member of Mekong NYC and the Institute for Vietnamese Culture & Education. He is currently a member of MẮM Mekong Arts & Music Troupe in New York. He is also a vice president of Yes We Can Music, LLC. He was a member of Peeling the Banana (1995-2003), vice president of Vietnamese Nôm Preservation Foundation (1999-2007), editors of Thời Đại, Muæ, Viet Magnet, Vietnam Culture Journal,... in the past. He helped reading and translating the Nom books and manuscripts at the Vatican Apostolic Library in 2018.

COUNTRIES OF INTEREST:

Cambodia

Laos

Vietnam

Regional

TOPICS:

Diplomacy & International Relations

Economics

Energy & Environment

Human Rights

Politics

Society

 
 
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