A Liverpool-born writer who has lived in Amsterdam, Oregon, US and now Ho Chi Minh City, Sian recently graduated with a BA in Journalism from the University of Oregon. When she's not busy with Word Magazine, Siân is volunteering in media production for the Vinacapital Foundation, and is passionate about salsa dancing, exploring Vietnamese cuisine, and hanging out with her 11-year-old French Bulldog.
On the eve of the first edition of the Mui Ne Music & Arts Festival, Sian Kavanagh speaks to Damian Kilroy, the man behind Loud Minority, the organiser of the event’s main stage
Movement is one of the new breed of party organisers springing up in Saigon. Sian Kavanagh talks to their founder, Jimmy Ladd, about techno, Manchester, Berlin and the upcoming Mui Ne Music & Arts Festival
A pilot electric car service has launched in the coastal city of Quy Nhon in offering daily tours and a sustainable way to experience the city.
The Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe Canal has become one of the most polluted waterways in Ho Chi Minh City, according to an article in Tuoi Tre. Though once considered the most beautiful canal in the city, it is now weighed down with 13 metric tons of garbage each day.