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From Hamlet-Dotted Wilderness to Tourist Hotspot: The Story of Phu Quoc

“Phu Quoc is a large, uncultivated island, apart from a few hectares of coffee plantation and the small gardens of Duong-Dong, covered throughout its whole extent by beautiful jungle which grows on a forest floor of exceptional richness and is exploitable, provided we build roads.”

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Tea, Comfort Food and Unique Antiques at Villa Royale

Two large crane statues stand atop ceremonial turtles with lotus flowers in their mouths on either side of the entrance to Villa Royale.

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Envy Ranked #80 Club on Top 100 Clubs DJ Mag 2019

Envy is officially amongst the top 100 clubs in the world.

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A Look into Phu Quoc’s Developing Tourism Efforts

Set against verdant mountains, the metal cranes reaching into the air all across the island make for an odd contrast; same for the construction trucks rumbling down newly built roads that slice through lush forests.

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Saving Reefs and Servicing Communities at British International School

A whale with trash spilling out its busted belly, a seagull with feathers soaked in sticky oil, horses galloping in terror: a group of students circled around a computer peer over images of sculptures, searching for inspiration.

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A Confluence of Art, Culture and Cuisine at Square One

Your first impression when stepping into Square One may reveal the type of person you are.

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A Round Square Education in Action at Renaissance's Science Week

Upon hearing the panicked squeals and shrieks, one might think someone was being tortured in the Renaissance classroom, but the students were actually excitedly conducting a science experiment by placing live crickets in a variety of environments to investigate which climate they preferred.

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Iconic Comedian Tom Green to Perform in Saigon

Tom Green’s antics are legendary.

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Built From the Ground Up: A Glimpse of East West’s Brewing Facilities

While the seasonal rains paused only long enough for mosquitos to breed in standing pools of water, in 2017, the East West Brewing team had to lug brewing equipment through the mud of Saigon.

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Capturing 80s Hong Kong at Bao Bei

Hong Kong in the 1980s was in a league of its own.

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As Saigon Embraces Delivery Services, New Website Brings Parties to People’s Homes

Judging by the amount of food delivery drivers waiting with a phone in their hand outside of popular restaurants, and passengers paused on curbs checking an app to see when an important package is set to arrive, Vietnamese have fully embraced technologies for on-demand services.

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