Self proclaimed “greener designer” Andrew Nguyen Miller visits Zest Café this Tuesday, Jun 25 for a presentation on sustainability, product design and cultural goodness. Organizers Green Drinks invites architects, investors, marketers, or anyone with a soft spot for the environment to indulge in an evening of drinks and networking opportunities with like-minded naturalists.
Thanks to our friends at the Japanese-language magazine, Sketch, we have come up with a list of what we believe to be the top 10 Japanese restaurants in town. With so much competition in this city, and well over 200 eateries proclaiming to sell dishes with some sort of Japanese influence, Saigon is a gold mine for anyone who enjoys eating cuisine from the Land of the Rising Sun. In fact, so good is our experience of the cuisine in this country, that when various members of our team have tried sushi, sashimi, ramen and all sorts of other Japanese fare in Europe or North America, they've come away disappointed. So, here goes. Time to get the saliva running and the juices flowing.
Of all the countries celebrating four decades of diplomatic ties with Vietnam this year, Japan may be the most significant. Derek Milroy probes further
into the reasons why Japan is so keen to have Vietnam as a staunch ally and vice versa
Le Fenetre Soleil is going back to DJ basics on Friday, Jun 21 with WAX ATTACK – an event turning DJ nights on their head with sets compiled from only vinyl collections, no laptops allowed!
On Jun. 20, The French Institute of Vietnam presents “Here, Now and There” - an artistic performance showcasing the body as artwork at Ben Thanh Theatre from 8pm.