Thursday, 21 June 2018 07:59

Revival of the Fittest

Revellers drinking at the recently opened Q Bar on Ngo Quang Huy will find themselves in an attractive, high-end open plan bar with great atmosphere. Yet most won’t know about Q Bar’s history, which stretches back more than 25 years.

Published in The Big Story
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 09:46

Quoc Huong

While the Thao Dien area of Saigon continues its exponential growth, one key street manages to maintain its attachment with the past.

Published in Street Portrait
Friday, 08 June 2018 07:28

Le Giang

On the back of her latest exhibition, Le Giang just been inducted into Vietnam’s 30 Under 30 group of young influencers. The artist tells us her story.

Published in The Final Say
Friday, 08 June 2018 07:21

Craft or Draft

Everyone seems to love craft beer at the moment. But will it always be that way?

Published in The Final Say
Friday, 08 June 2018 07:16

What’s in a Street Name?

I have been lucky with the street names surrounding my life in Saigon. My elementary school was on Nguyen Du Street.

Published in Know Your City
Friday, 08 June 2018 07:10

Q Bar

Many years ago, before the start of time, a bar called Q Bar was opened in the basement of the Opera House.

Published in Bar Stool
Friday, 08 June 2018 07:02

District Federale

A fun, festive environment for family and friends that serves fresh Mexican dishes — this is the vision of co-owner Peter Holdsworth for District Federal.

Published in Top Eats
Friday, 08 June 2018 06:58

Advanced Orthopedic Techniques

Modern hand surgery is a miracle. The techniques and procedures I am trained in today involve rebuilding bones and joints, re-implanting severed fingers, and restoring function even after the hand has been catastrophically destroyed. The hand is such an intimate part of the body, and to be able to return the use of a hand to someone who has lost it is very moving and satisfying.

Published in Medical Buff
Friday, 08 June 2018 06:52

Productive Morning Habits

For most people, mornings are tough. Hitting the snooze button like a zombie instead of rolling out of bed like a superstar. A zombie feels drained, fatigued and suffers brain fuzz and needs to reach for coffee or other stimulant-driven beverage; surviving until the caffeine kicks in.

Published in Body & Temple
Friday, 08 June 2018 06:47

Ishigurian Memories

At present I’m reveling in the economic prose of a slim volume of five short stories, each of which is bathed in music, a particular instrument — a sax, a cello, an electric and acoustic guitar — or bluesy songs from the 1950s.

Published in Book Buff
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