A Brief Primer on Vietnam’s Football History

A Brief Primer on Vietnam’s Football History

How Vietnamese teams made the jump from small-time local leagues to national franchise football.

Rampant Art Fraud Stands to Tarnish Vietnam’s Reputation on the International Market

Rampant Art Fraud Stands to Tarnish Vietnam’s Reputation on the International Market

The popularity of Vietnamese art is on the rise internationally, but its reputation is in jeopardy as more and more inci...

Grab Vietnam to Increase Commission Rate to 20%, Upsets Drivers

Grab Vietnam to Increase Commission Rate to 20%, Upsets Drivers

Grab’s impending policy changes are upsetting its drivers who found the increase in commission unfair.

Land Prices Near Pedestrian-Only Areas in Saigon and Hanoi Boom

Land Prices Near Pedestrian-Only Areas in Saigon and Hanoi Boom

Newly opened and planned pedestrian streets in Hanoi and Saigon have sent land prices in these areas through the roof.

Old Saigon

[Photos] The 1920s Students of Hanoi’s Indochina University

[Photos] The 1920s Students of Hanoi’s Indochina University

In Vietnam, “ người không học như ngọc không mài ” – an uneducated person is like an unpolished gem. From the founding of Ly Nhan Tong’s Quoc T...

Street Cred: Trinh Cong Son, the Voice of a Generation

Street Cred: Trinh Cong Son, the Voice of a Generation

Earlier this week, Hanoi officials announced the conversion of the capital’s narrow Trinh Cong Son Street into a pedestrian zone featuring a...

Old Saigon Building of the Week: The Three-Legged Bridge of Cho Lon

Old Saigon Building of the Week: The Three-Legged Bridge of Cho Lon

Saigoneers born after the 1990s might be familiar with the term dân chơi cầu Ba Cẳng , or “the daredevils of Ba Cang Bridge”. However, not man...