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Vietnamese Student Wins Top US Interior Design Award With Bamboo-Inspired Community Center

Tran Thach Thao, a native of northern Vietnam, was recognized with a prestigious award from the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) for her plans for a community center that connects elderly people with younger generations.

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Saigon Postcard No. 5: The Rainy Season Has Awoken

As last week's storms attest to, the rainy season is about to once again menace the city.

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[Photos] Photographer Shin Noguchi Revels in the Oddities Lurking in Quotidian Japan

The same way one doesn’t notice the ease in which air enters one’s nose until getting sick, we too often take for granted the strangeness that surrounds us.

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[Video] Stop-Motion Animation Project Retells Vietnam's Starfruit Tale With a Horror Twist

As a common saying goes: "tham thì thâm" (grasp all lose all).

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[Photos] Saigoneer Getaways: Ha Giang's Mighty Loop

I’ve spent seven years in Vietnam and traveled from south to north on many occasions, but I have never seen a place as charming as Ha Giang Province.

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Saigoneer Podcast: Vietnamese Movies, Digital Subcultures and One Journalist's View of Vietnam

It's Monday, which means it's time for the latest Saigoneer Podcast episode.

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[Video] Saigon Electronica: Creating a Community With Heart Beat and HRBR

Editor's note: Over the next few weeks, Saigoneer will feature Saigon Electronica, a video documentary series about the city's vibrant underground music scene, starting with the first episode this week.

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Here Are the First Images of Japan's 2022 Ghibli Theme Park

The beloved Japanese animation studio released images of the much-anticipated theme park, set to open near Nagoya, Japan in 2022.

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[Video] Travel Back in Time to Ancient Vietnam Through Animated Series 'Loa Thanh Ruc Lua'

Vietnam’s ancient history has once again proven to be a rich and valuable muse for local storytellers.

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[Illustrations] Mariano di Guglielmo's Vivid Watercolors of Saigon Street Scenes

For Mariano di Guglielmo, an English teacher who has lived in Saigon for about four months, every street is a potential canvas.

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Central Vietnam Festival Bài Chòi Recognized as UNESCO Intangible Heritage

A night of celebrations, songs and games was held in Quy Nhon on May 5, as artists and official delegates acknowledged bài chòi's recognition as a UNESCO intangible heritage.

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