The struggle to obtain universal animal rights in Vietnam continues, helped by two organisations working in Hanoi.
As competition heats up for customers between GrabBike, UberMOTO and traditional xe om drivers, tempers are heating up as well.
In the past five years, Vietnam’s running scene has gone from almost zero to something worth talking about. Here’s how it happened.
As harmful chemical usage in food causes increasing concern, some health-conscious residents of Hanoi are resorting to other means to keep their food clean and are going organic.
Since the legalisation of social enterprises in 2014, a number have started operating in Vietnam. Their goal? To solve social challenges with business practice. Diane Lee speaks to four social enterprises who are making a difference. Photos by Julie Vola
Cyclos are an essential part of Vietnam’s history. Yet today, their importance in society is starting to wane. Zoe Osborne talks to the drivers who are determined to cling to their wheels
Amelia Burns and Julie Vola take the train to Sapa. But this is not just any old train they get on. This is the Victoria Express and it’s a little bit special