The man from the northern city of Hai Phong moved to Ho Chi Minh City in 1985 where he served in the military. His unit then sent him to Taiwan to learn to fix swivel chairs, which has been his job since he came back in 1997. … [Read more...] about The chair repair shop that runs everywhere in Saigon
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Hoi Ancient Town in central Quang Nam Province was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999, and has ranked as one of the best travel destinations in the world many times since. Photo by Do Anh Vu. … [Read more...] about Spring colors boom across Vietnam
“Do you dare to go with us to the most remote place - where there is no electricity, no clean water, no telephone network, and no Wi-Fi - in Ha Giang Province?” Xe Bus Yeu Thuong wrote in a recruitment post for the trip posted to its Facebook Page. … [Read more...] about ‘Love Bus’ carries hope to needy children in rural Vietnam
Many years ago, programmers cherished the ambition of creating purely Vietnamese games for Vietnamese people, and also bringing them to the world. “The biggest difficulty in the first years of operation was the lack of capital. In addition, at that moment, he did not know what games to develop to make profit,” he recalled. … [Read more...] about How are game studios faring in Vietnam?
A Vietnamese map in the rice field The Cai Rang floating market in the southern Vietnamese city of Can Tho. Phuong Hoang Pass lies on National Highway 26, which connects Khanh Hoa Province with Dak Lak Province. A stunning scene is captured in Bac Son District in the northern Vietnamese province of Lang Son. A slope in Hau Thao Village in Sa Pa, a resort town in Lao Cai Province. The U Minh Forest in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta region. A peaceful moment on the Da River located in northwestern Vietnam. A giant sunbeam illuminates a part of Son Doong Cave in Quang Binh Province. … [Read more...] about Photos of Vietnam’s timeless charm displayed in Japan