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These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 2

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 2

Banh Da Tron When I first came to Vietnam I tried any new street dish I could get my chopsticks into. But as time has worn on, I’ve become a food eater of habit. I rarely try anything new. ...

The Perks of Learning the Language

The Perks of Learning the Language

Ed Weinberg has lived in Vietnam for three years — during which time he’s learnt enough Vietnamese not to starve. Well, he just points at things. In January it all started to change ...

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 3

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 3

Bo Bia Ngot For those who attended school in the 1980s like myself, things were far different. Instead of sitting at KFC, Burger King or a polished-glass window café, our ritual was gathering at the school gates and buying cheap snacks. ...

Why You Probably Shouldn’t Bother Learning Vietnamese

Why You Probably Shouldn’t Bother Learning Vietnamese

Unless you’re a lifer, Niko Savvas believes there are much more useful things you could be doing ...

Building of the month: Uncle Hoa's Mansion

Building of the month: Uncle Hoa's Mansion

One of Ho Chi Minh City's best known landmarks has a storied history

Cleaner Air

Cleaner Air

Battling air quality in Vietnam ...

Le Terroir

Le Terroir

The problem with French food is that it’s just so good. If you’re cutting out carbs or restricting fats, I recommend you avoid this country’s cuisine altogether. On the other hand, what’s life without the good bits? ...

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