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To Stay or Go: Why Families are Keeping Students in Vietnam for High School

Every parent wants what’s best for his or her child, but knowing what that actually means can be difficult.

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Exploring Juilliard’s Collaboration with the British International School

The students became water. Or rather, buried beneath blankets and waving sheets, flicking flashlights on and off, mouths shushing and humming, they acted out “The Water’s Journey” as inspired by an Ansel Adams’ photo and the Sean Shepherd composition ‘Tuolumne’.

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Fresh Catch: Mediterranean “Boat-to-Table” Concept Breathes New Life into Modernist Villa

District 1’s Phan Ke Binh Street only spans two blocks, yet it contains an assortment of culinary gems. In an alley on the edge of Nguyen Dinh Chieu sits a handsome modernist villa that is now home to Fresh Catch, a new Mediterranean eatery that, as you’ve probably guessed, prides itself on offering the best seafood sourced from Vietnam’s coastal waters.

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Shop Smarter, Sleep Deeper: Ru9’s Mission to Perfect the Place We Rest

If you’re a Vietnamese of a certain age, you might attribute your previous night’s poor sleep to some atmospheric disturbance.

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An Exploration of the Saigon Port

Between 1989 and 1997, a massive 201-room floating hotel sat anchored in the Saigon River.

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Butter-Aging: The Newest Trend in Steaks Hits Saigon

I won’t be able to eat another steak for at least two months; not until the taste of Level 23 Signature restaurant’s tenderloin fades from my memory.

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Angsana Lang Co Sets Itself Apart with Sporting Activities, Community Initiatives and a Postcard-Worthy Location

Water buffalo saunter through lush rice paddies that reflect a clear blue sky while verdant mountains loom in the background: the views on the drive from the airport are straight off a postcard.

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Using Bamboo to Relieve Stress at In Balance Spa in Phu Quoc

Take a look around Vietnam and you’ll find majority of household items are made from bamboo: tables, chairs, chopsticks, bowls, doors.

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Savoring Phu Quoc’s Beauty with a High-Tech Cocktail in Hand

The translucent balls one would normally identify as caviar held a secret.

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Envy In The Running for a Spot in the World’s Top 100 Clubs

Envy confidently announced that it has put its name in the running for DJ Mag’s famed Top 100 Clubs competition.

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Unconventional Cooking Classes at Q.uriosity Culinary Center Inspire Home Chefs

When a fork breaks moist cake, releasing decadent molten chocolate, diners take notice.

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