Working in a cafe

Cafés are no longer just places to catch up with friends over coffee. They’re places to work. So what kind of work is everyone actually doing?

The man behind Vietnam Vespa Adventures, when it comes to the development of tourism in Vietnam, Steve Mueller has seen it all

Once a peculiar-looking fruit brought to Vietnam from South America, these days dragon fruit is getting everywhere. Even Australia. Words by Matt Cowan

When it comes to the hotel industry in this region, Accor Area GM of Southern Vietnam and GM of Pullman Saigon Centre Hotel, Tony Chisholm, has seen it all

“Xe om tay! Xe om tay!” Edward Dalton gets onto his backside and becomes a motorbike taxi driver. Just for a day, of course. Although in retrospect this could be a good career move. Photos by Sasha Arefieva

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

The photographer and brains behind Vietnam Photo Adventures, Arnaud Foucard has been in Vietnam for 20 years and counting. Interview by Thomas Barrett

Australian-born magician and actor Petey Majik has become a well-known face at events around Vietnam. Here’s his story

Entering a hotel market full of quality rooms at cheap prices is never easy. Can Airbnb make the same impression in Vietnam it has done elsewhere? Words by Edward Dalton

Elka Ray

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With her latest novel Saigon Dark published in November, we speak to Hoi An-based novelist, Elka Ray.

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