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New Zealand Food and Drink Festival 2016

The New Zealand Food and Drink Festival was such a success in 2015, that they are doing it again!


Better still, it’s all for worthy causes!


When: 12th March 2016 4pm – 10pm


Where:  RMIT University Vietnam - our proud venue sponsor


How: Tickets Only (2,000,000 VND available from NZ consulate in D1, AIS D2, Pitchers D7)


Eat - Drink - Give is the theme for 2016.


With the "Give" is to raise fund and awareness to help the ongoing work being carried out by KOTO and the Ba Chieu Home Girls. Ba Chieu Home Girls have had a strong Kiwi connection since its founding in 1996 by Celia Caughey, former New Zealand Consul General in HCMC. This provides us all with the opportunity to GIVE a boost to those less fortunate than ourselves while enjoying responsible EATing and DRINKing.


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