In the first of a new featured series, Edward Dalton presents a portrait of Ngoc Ha, the street that has a bit of everything.

Looking for somewhere to picnic? Here are some places in and around Hanoi where you can lay your blanket down.

Tracing where food comes from is becoming easier, but it’s not 100% fail-safe. Billy Gray gives us the lowdown on organic food certification and a list of outlets and suppliers that you can trust.

Theatre and musical theatre in English is gradually gaining itself a larger audience. Here’s what’s on offer in Hanoi and Saigon. Words by Zoe Osborne and Malte Blas.

While every Thong, Duc and Ha has a digital camera or an iPhone this days, many others are returning to analogue photography. Thomas Barrett explores the world of film photography.

White rice noodles, barbecued meatballs and pork belly, salad greens, fish sauce, spring rolls, chilli and garlic.  The ingredients for bun cha. But far more goes into this popular dish than just the food.

Improved camera technology has made taking better photos easier, yet there’s still reward for anyone who wants to take things just a little bit further.

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