Jesse Meadows

Jesse Meadows

Like many expats before her, staff writer Jesse Meadows stopped in Hanoi on a backpacking trip in early 2015 and just hasn’t managed to leave yet. A compulsive documentarian with a case of incessant curiosity, she loves buying one-way tickets, photographing dance parties and writing stories on the bus. 

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 09:20

Nha San

Photo by Trung Del

Hanoi’s longest running art collective has some big plans

Monday, 21 March 2016 05:43

Day Tripper Hanoi: Tu Tram

Jesse Meadows goes in search of a mountain 20km south of Hanoi and gets caught up in a parade

Wednesday, 16 March 2016 10:47

Wannawaffle?

Is “wannawaffle?" a rhetorical question? The obvious answer is, yes, of course I do. But the real question here is, what kind of waffle do you want? Chocolate, matcha, raisin? Do you want it covered in raspberry gelato or nutella or butterscotch sauce? Would you like it as a pizza? Maybe what we’re really being asked here is, do you want to waffle? Because it might take you a bit of waffling to decide on all these options.

Tuesday, 15 March 2016 06:03

Tu Tram

Photo by Jesse Meadows 

Jesse Meadows goes in search of a mountain 20km south of Hanoi and gets caught up in a parade

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 05:42

Natural Wonders

Photo by Jesse Meadows

Think of a moment when you encountered something so much bigger than yourself, it inspired both wonder and horror. Maybe you stopped, your breath stolen and your heart pounding, unable to look away, trying in vain to absorb it all and store it in your memory. Maybe you even tried to take a picture, but then you laughed at the poor little substitute for the tremendous sight in front of you.

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