A slow connection is frustrating. No connection could mean devastation

The cyclo may be dying in Vietnam, but elsewhere it’s making a comeback

 

Giggles were barely suppressed in tourism industry circles recently when a VNAT spokesman announced that they would soon be marketing Vietnam using new technologies, “especially internet, and social networks such as Facebook and Twitter”.

 

A couple of years back I was sat in a certain pub with some friends, when a woman who had joined our group started talking about her experiences in telesales back home. “It was disgusting,” she said. “Half of the people I had to speak to spoke no English at all.”

In April we asked you to answer that age-old question: What are your biggest Saigon turn-ons?

Cooperation and mutual awareness helps create community

Without a proper safety net, living in Vietnam can be dangerous

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