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In May, I stayed at the newly opened An Lam Ninh Van Bay Villas, 16 km north of Nha Trang, on the Central Coast, with a group of reporters invited by Epikurean, the villas’ management company. [ more... ]
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Many customers, lost in thought, watched the wax melting and running and then thought about human life, of reading G. Apollinaire [ more... ]
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More than ten years ago, in Binh Thuan Province [on the southern Central Coast], I used to get a ride on a fishing boat out to sea to take photographs. [ more... ]
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The land just above Mui Ne beach, near Phan Thiet, had been taken over by ‘resorts’. Next in proximity to the beach ran Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, then, on the far side of it, restaurants, grocery stores, coffee bars, souvenir shops, travel agencies and a few small restaurants. [ more... ]
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Just a short way down Mai Thị Lựu Street and we have now crossed into Đa Kao Ward (no passport required). At number 73 Mai Thị Lựu Street one finds perhaps Saigon’s [ more... ]
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‘We have only adjusted the clock a few times, due to power cuts or when the clock is too “excited” and goes too fast, like it did at the flower festival in late 2010’ [ more... ]
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The customer from ‘New Mexico’ is no problem in well versed Saigon antique street [ more... ]
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‘I almost cried from happiness when I saw a couple of mountain toads mating and giving eggs. This species was thought to be new one. I really did not want to interrupt their fun but I had to take them as specimens for research purposes’ [ more... ]
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There is a group of inscribed rocks called ‘Xin Man Rocks’ (Đá Xín Mần, in Vietnamese, but probably from a local language), in Nung Ma Lu Village, Nam Dan Commune, Xin Man District, in the far northeastern province of Ha Giang, that Vietnam’s Institute of Archaeology says were inscribed about 2,000 years ago. [ more... ]
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Many of the tribespeople have moved into nearby towns, like Kon Tum or Pleiku. Some still live far outside the confines of development, but live a more sedentary life than their ancestors. However, there are those who live the same way their people have for thousands of years. The Bahnar Jo Long are still animists who worship the forest [ more... ]
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Silkworm cocoon cultivation at Co Chat Village, Phuong Dinh Commune, Truc Ninh District of Nam Dinh Province has long been praised in folk songs for ...
A short while ago, I was asked if the Vietnamese fondness for eating snails were a consequence of the former French presence here.
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