When we see images of Vietnam, we see them through the eye of the beholder. Rarely do we see them through other people's eyes.
If boxing is a sweet science, fight fans will still be reeling from a sugar rush this month in District 7.
After cajoling a bunch of foreign riders to compete in this years Den Hung MTB Cup, Jon Aspin got lazy and asked one of them to file a report. Here’s the video of what happened.
Cycling, travelling by train, rowing, playing football and buying a motorbike.
Newsnight’s Sue Lloyd-Roberts goes in search of the rhino horn trade in Vietnam.
Vietnam has its very own, slightly unique way of celebrating Christmas.
In the latest "36 Hours" video from The New York Times, they take a trip to Hanoi.
It is said that only on the internet can a person be lonely and popular at the same time. In the case of many successful video bloggers in Vietnam, it all started in a boring apartment. Words by Hoa Le. Photos by David Harris and Kyle Phanroy
From ground level we get one main perspective on what’s around us — that which is straight ahead, to the side or behind, all on the same plane. Yet ascend a few flights of stairs or take a lift up to the 50th floor, and our perspectives change.