Born in England and raised in Australia, Zoe was taught how to travel from a young age. At barely 19 she left for India and a year later she left again, finding herself in Vietnam with a bit of cash and a plan to make a plan. Now a staff writer for Word Vietnam, Zoe counts her blessings every day as she wakes up to another fascinating story and another bowl of hu tieu. You can find her on Facebook at @zoeosborne.journalist.
We see them at work, but what’s life really like for this country’s flight attendants? Zoe Osborne and Bao Zoan spend a day with two of VietJet Air’s cabin crew and tell us their story
When your neighbourhood becomes your canvas
When westerners first come to places like Southeast Asia, they are struck by the differences to everything they know back home. So, what’s it like when someone from Vietnam first travels to the west? Words and photos by Zoe Osborne
For almost a decade photographer Mads Monsen has been visiting, documenting and helping raise money for orphanages in Southern Vietnam. Words by Zoe Osborne