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Saigoneer Sunday Rewind

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

Sai Gon Art Map: Final Call For Submissions

There’s only one week left until we close submissions for the Sai Gon Art Map, a project from Saigoneer, Saigon Artbook, Dia Projects and The Alternative Art Area.

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The Incredible Origami Art Of Nguyen Ngoc Vu

In addition to digital art and stop motion films, Saigon-born Nguyen Ngoc Vu has also found success with one of Japan's most prolific analog art forms – origami.

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[Photos] This Is What Saigon Looked Like 150 Years Ago

These rare photographs are the work of Émile Gsell, the first commercial photographer based in Saigon.

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Vietnam Ranks Ahead Of US, Much Of EU In International Education Rankings

According to the results of the largest global school rankings ever released, Vietnam ranks ahead of the US and many EU countries when it comes to math and science.

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2 Vietnamese Films To Be Screened At Cannes Film Festival

Two Vietnamese films, "Big Father, Small Father and Other Stories" and "Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass," will be screened at the 68th Cannes Film Festival that will take place from May 13 to May 24.

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“Gangster” Saigon Street Vendors Preying On Unsuspecting Tourists: Report

A recent investigation by Tuoi Tre uncovered a large ring of Saigon street vendors who are exploiting tourists by charging up to VND200,000 for a coconut, sometimes even grabbing money directly out of their wallets.

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