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[Illustrations] Four Festive Cards for a Very Saigoneer Christmas

While there is no chance of Saigon experiencing a white Christmas, we'd still like to take this opportunity to spread a bit of holiday cheer.

Our designers have created a set of Christmas cards depicting what it might look like when Santa visits Vietnam. Unsurprisingly, we figure he uses a motorbike instead of reindeer to get around.

Happy holidays from everyone at Saigoneer!

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