Friday, 04 November 2016 07:06

Saigon Ink

Will tattoo parlours be the next nail shops? If Danis Nguyen has anything to do with it, they might well be

Published in Briefings
Monday, 01 February 2016 07:03

Tattoos Tell a Story

Photo by Trung Del 

Breaking down preconceived ideas, building community and developing art is all part of the growing tattoo scene in Hanoi. Words by Noey Neumark. Photos by Trung Del

Published in The Stories
Monday, 01 February 2016 06:38

Tattoo Art

Photo by Francis Xavier 

Vu Ha Kim Vy speaks to three tattoo artists in Ho Chi Minh City to get an insight into the growth of this increasingly popular art form. Photos by Francis Xavier

Published in The Stories
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:08

Tattoo Saigon

128 Nguyen Cu Trinh, Q1, Tel: 0938 303838

tattoosaigon.com 

Published in Tattoo Artists
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:08

Saigon Tattoo Group

81 Bui Vien, Q1, Tel: 0908 573339

xamnghethuat.vn 

Published in Tattoo Artists
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:07

Saigon Tattoo

31B Nguyen Du, Q1

saigontattoo.net 

Published in Tattoo Artists
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:06

Saigon Ink

 

 

 

26 Tran Hung Dao, Q1, Tel: (08) 3836 1090

tattoovietnam.com

 

 

 

Published in Tattoo Artists
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:06

Saigon Body Art

135 Cong Quynh, Q1, Tel: 0908 443311

saigonbodyart.com

Published in Tattoo Artists
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 18:03

Exile Ink

57 Xuan Thuy, Q2, Tel: (08) 6675 6956

exileinkvietnam.com 

Published in Tattoo Artists
Monday, 10 February 2014 21:10

Before Sliced Bread

I remember in my early days, seeing a T-shirt that read “I made it to Vietnam before McDonald’s did!” I recall loving that concept at the time; I felt original, like I accomplished something groundbreaking. With my nine-year anniversary of living in Vietnam having passed in June, along with the news recently breaking of McDonald’s finally coming to the country, I started thinking of all of the other things this city didn’t have when I first arrived. Here’s my list of eight things that made it to Vietnam before McDonald’s (but not before me).

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