In mid-March, audiences are set for an amazing night of comedy when America’s very own ‘Deadbeat Hero’ brings his acerbic wit to Saigon.
After three months’ worth of renovation, Square One in Park Hyatt Saigon has reopened to cater once more to its customers’ cravings for artful French cuisine and upscale Vietnamese fare.
You’re feeling down or anxious. Perhaps you’re stressed or you’re having relationship problems. Or maybe a friend of yours is feeling suicidal. Help is available.
A year when cables split, superstars cancelled concerts, dengue fever spread like wildfire, and the country got hit by not one but three tropical storms. It doesn’t make good reading, right?
Rarely do projects garner as much talk as the Saigon WaterBus. Now it’s up and running, George Schooling does the commute. What’s it like and what are its prospects for the future?
Telling people what to do or think can be a mistake
Following the closure of its downtown location six months ago, Galerie Quynh has opened its new space in the centre of Dakao in District 1 and is celebrating with the first solo exhibition in four years of Vietnam’s foremost abstract painter, Tran Van Thao, called the line.
Sole searching with sneaker collector Nam Quan
As part of their 25-year celebrations, Saigon Children’s Charity has changed its name to saigonchildrenTM.