Vietnamese | Tiếng Việt
Do you speak Vietnamese | Tiếng Việt? Today, I'd like to highlight the library's Vietnamese collection. From books, to movies, to eResources and even art exhibits, the library has a lot to offer to Vietnamese Torontonians.
Vietnamese Collection Locations
Many library branches have collections of books and movies in Vietnamese.
1,500 or more items
fewer than 750 items
An up-to-date chart can be found on Toronto Public Library Language Collection Locations page.
Find Material in Your Language
Toronto Public Library offers a Browse by Language option, which can help you find out what books, movies, music and digital content are available at the library in Vietnamese. You can also place holds to request the items you want. Clicking on Vietnamese | Tiếng Việt will take you to the library catalogue.
You can also use the menu on the left-hand side to narrow down your search.
Mango languages is a great resource for learning different languages, including English and Vietnamese. The English for Vietnamese speakers (Tiếng Anh Cho Người Việt Nam) section can help native Vietnamese speakers learn English. You can access it for free from Toronto Public Library website's Mango Languages section with your library card.
Myseum of Toronto Presents Cosmopolis: The World in One City
Cosmopolis Toronto: The World in One City is a photography series by Colin Boyd Shafer that captures the stories of people born in every country of the world but who now call Toronto home. Cosmopolis Toronto, offered in partnership with Myseum of Toronto and Toronto Public Library, will be displayed at select library branches across the city from from November 3, 2016 to January 8, 2017.
Helen from Vietnam, pictured above, is part of the Finding Refuge exhibit located at Bloor/Gladstone branch. You can read Helen's story online.
If you have any questions about the library's Vietnamese collection, or any comments about this blog post, please post them below.