James Allen speaks to gallery owner and curator Xuan Phuong on how the French brough the fine arts movement to Vietnam
The French Consul General speaks to John Thornton about the role he plays in bridging the relationship between Vietnam and France
We traversed the city in search of personal anecdotes from the city’s older generation. They were asked about their memories of the old Saigon, before it transformed itself into the city it is today. One 70-year-old Vietnamese gentleman told us about his travails as a schoolboy when he was learning French.
An Australian who inscribed his name in the wall of the iconic Metropole hotel’s air raid shelter in Hanoi recalls the Vietnam of the past. Photos by Dominic Blewett
Ahead of his headlining slot at the third anniversary of DIY indie-electro, disco-punk party, Everyone’s A DJ, DJ Dan exchanged emails with John Thornton to talk Scorsese, records and UFOs
Christmas, New Year’s and Tet have just come and gone and we’re certain that most of you have gained a few extra pounds in their wake. But don’t fret, Julian Ajello has done a round up of the gyms that can help get you back in shape.
From a successful career in advertising to developing a contemporary restaurant chain, Hana Dang is an entrepreneur typical of modern day Saigon. Photo by EJ Chung
With six mounted guitars framing his living room and modern jazz playing in the background, Minh Do finds out more about this feather boa wearing, long-haired Japanese guitarist? Photo by EJ Chung