Khánh Hà

Khanh Ha is another Vietnamese entertainer who comes from a family with long traditions in the entertainment business. She is the daughter of the legendary entertainer, Lu Lien and her brother is Tuan Ngoc the singer. Needless to say, Khanh Ha began her singing career at a very early age.

Khanh ha made her stage debut singing in her first gig in 1969, at Long Binh base, a U.S. military outpost in South Vietnam. Her career took her to various stages throughout south Vietnam. During this period, Khanh Ha sang at Eve club. In 1972, Khanh Ha sang for Tu Do club and between 1973-74 she sang at Dem Mau Hong in Saigon.

Khanh Ha first settled in San Francisco when she first arrived to the United States in 1975. She never skipped a beat when she immediately joined a local Korean band and performed at a local Korean club. Two years later, she moved to southern California and began singing with the Uptights. The band made a name for themselves in the early eighties while performing throughout the U.S.

Khanh Ha’s career spans 25 years and many continents. Her staying power can be attributed to her soulful voice. Khanh Ha is a very technical singer. She is probably one of a handful of Vietnamese singers with such a wide range and ability for tonal manipulation. Khanh Ha’s singing truly captures the heart of her fans and leaves them with the impression that the songs was meant for them and only them.

Although Khanh Ha is well known for her singing, she is also an accomplished guitarist. One of Khanh Ha’s all time favorite song happens to be Cat Bui Tinh Xa. Coincidentally, this is also the first Vietnamese song she sang after many years of strictly performing non-Vietnamese songs.

In recent years, Khanh Ha has branched out into the production aspect of the music industry. She has been producing her own album and music videos under her own label, Khanh Ha Productions. Khanh Ha has also released several Karaoke albums under this label.

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Áo Dài Festival on May 12th will once again celebrate all of us. Thank you so much for those who have agreed to take part on this important day. It will be the day that we unite a thousand hearts and create of a beautiful tapestry of Vietnamese American arts and culture!

However, the event cannot be successful without proper preparation. Below are the schedules for both meetings and practices.

Location: Akiyama Wellness Center
110 N. Jackson Street, San Jose, CA - (408) 753-9283
Parkings are the streets around the property.

The Sakura dance room is reserved for all the practices:

April 15 10-1pm
April 28 2-5pm
May 6 10-1pm
May 10 6-9pm

Meetings will be at the Ginkgo room on the following days (no practices but just meeting for logistic discussions):

March 18 from 11 - 2pm
April 8 from 11-2pm

Thank you again very much for your past contribution and your continued interest in supporting/participating in the colorful Ao Dai Festival! If you have any questions, please feel free to write to us at or or call us at 408-758-2686.

Can't wait to see you all!

Warmest regards,

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Ao Dai Festival V, Saturday May 12th, 2018 at the Fairmont Hotel San Jose. For tickets:

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Have you had your áo dài measurements done? Have you made one to attend the Festival this year? Below are tips on how to measure it according to Ceci Ao Dai. (Mọi người đã có số đo để may áo dài chưa? Nếu chưa thì xin chuẩn bị để đi dự Áo Dài Festival. ) "Tips for measuring for your ao dai:
Stand straight
Wear the same bra and shoes you'll wear with the ao dai
Don't wear bulky clothes
Note the following measurements are measured all the way AROUND each of the subject:
Bust, waist, hip, neck, upper arm, elbow and hat.
Make sure your measuring tape is closely fitted, but not tight
Dress and pants length is up to your preference, it can be shorter or longer.
Warning: If the front of the dress is too long, it could cause difficulties when walking.
Get someone to help
ALL measurements should be in centimeters and whole or decimal numbers.
ALL measurements are required!"
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