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  1. How a Hanoi Collective Found Audio-Visual Beauty in Bamboo and Red River Soil

    Traditional music in Vietnam is a complex fabric woven of many threads. Some strands extend hundreds of kilometers across the country and others reach across borders and oceans to nearby neighbors.

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  2. The Artist Making a Miniature Saigon Out of Lego Blocks

    If a bowl of hủ tiếu were the size of a Lego brick, how many hủ tiếu would you have?

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  3. Nocturnal Animals Music Livestream Series Unites Artists for Pandemic Relief

    While bars and nightclubs remain closed, a special monthly livestream series starting tomorrow will give those of us in Vietnam the chance to experience nightlife without leaving the house.

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  4. An Awe-Inspiring Bird's-Eye View of Bình Định's Chăm Towers

    What if memories were not collections of chemicals and electrical impulses stored in the fleshy recesses of a mind, but physical objects made of brick and stone?

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  5. Can Street Art Help Restore One of Hanoi's Poorest Communities?

    Can street art lead to urban restoration? Or is it wilful gentrification? In February 2020, the Phuc Tan Public Art Project officially opened — the work on display offers engaging art and stirs up intriguing questions in equal measure.

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