Diane Lee is a fifty-something Australian author who quit her secure government job in 2016 because she was dying of boredom and wanted an adventure. Taking a risk and a volunteering job, she escaped to Hanoi and hasn’t regretted it. At all. Diane now works part-time for a social enterprise, and as freelance writer and editor. One day she hopes to marry an Irish or Scottish man named Stan.
After moving to Vietnam, Diane Lee returns to her native Australia for a month and finds that some things have changed while others are exactly the same.
Improved camera technology has made taking better photos easier, yet there’s still reward for anyone who wants to take things just a little bit further.
The fashion designer.
Fashion is not usually synonymous with ethics, but May Cortazzi is working hard to change that perception.
An ongoing exhibition showcases gold lacquered objects from the past.