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Saigoneer Sunday Rewind

Saigoneer's staff highlight their favorite articles from the past week.

Sai Gon Art Map: Call For Submissions

Saigoneer, Saigon Artbook, DIA Project and Alternative Art Area are in the process of producing a handy map of art-realted activities and venues in Saigon’s – from galleries to street art.

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Metro Line May Cause Saigon Property Values To Skyrocket: CBRE

According to a report, Metro Line: Changing the Face of the Property Market, released by CBRE last Wednesday, Saigon’s first metro line may cause a significant uptick in for the city’s property values.

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Vietnamese Women’s Revolutionary Roles Depicted In Propaganda Posters

In the context of France-Vietnam Year, the Musée du quai Branly is presenting an installation of Vietnamese propaganda posters exploring the various representations of women in Vietnam from the 1950s to the 1980s.

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Saigoneer Chats With Suboi, Saigon’s Queen Of Hip-Hop

Suboi recently returned from a series of successful US shows and wall-to-wall American media coverage. ­We sat down with Saigon’s “Queen of Hip-hop” to ask about her experiences in the US, whether or not Hip-hop can become mass market in Vietnam and a number of other burning questions.

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[Video] Phở Has Never Looked So Beautiful

This short clip Mrs Phở is the work of Tung Pham, a second year student at Lasalle College of The Arts in Singapore.

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[Video] Short Film Perfectly Captures Slices Of Life In Vietnam

Unlike some of the more pensive Vietnamese travel videos we’ve come across in the past, Oliver Astrologo’s “Reverie of Vietnam” is a short film composed almost entirely of quick and explosive cuts.

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