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Area Codes to Change from March

Area Codes to Change from March

For anyone about to do some printing work, take note. From Mar. 1, Vietnam’s national dialing codes will be changed. ...

Resentment on the Road

Resentment on the Road

How Niko Savvas learned to stop worrying and love the calm. Illustration by Mads Monsen

Longest Volcanic Cave in SE Asia Discovered in Vietnam

Longest Volcanic Cave in SE Asia Discovered in Vietnam

According to local newspaper, Tuoi Tre, a group of its reporters recently joined the exploration for the first ever volcanic cave system discovered in Vietnam. ...

Internet to be Slow for a Month

Internet to be Slow for a Month

Repairs to the break identified Monday in the submarine cable system that supplies Vietnam’s internet connectivity could last between three weeks and a month. ...

The Agony of The Feet

The Agony of The Feet

Most of us who ride motorbikes have been in scrape-ups, life-altering things in the moment that don’t seem so bad when they pass. For Dara O Foghlu, it was the moment when doubt seeped in — and something else seeped out. Photos by Glen Riley ...

The Rhino Horn Trade in Vietnam

Newsnight’s Sue Lloyd-Roberts goes in search of the rhino horn trade in Vietnam.

Let Yourself Go

Let Yourself Go

Duong Giap makes art for the masses

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Saving the Rhino

Saving the Rhino

A Vietnamese celebrity takes up the cause.

Of Road Closures, Bulldozers and Metro Systems

Of Road Closures, Bulldozers and Metro Syst…

Work on the Saigon Metro System is in full flow. But not everyone’s jumping for joy.

Saigon Vinyl Quest

Saigon Vinyl Quest

The owner of a new, secondhand turntable, Francis Xavier goes on a turbulent quest through the dustbins of history to find out — where can you buy secondhand records in Saigon?

The Great Hanoi Starbucks Experiment

The Great Hanoi Starbucks Experiment

In July, the American coffee behemoth upped the stakes on its bid to conquer the Vietnamese market — but will it pay off? David Mann gets the word on Starbucks’ move into the capital. Photos by David Harris

Do-Gooders, Money Makers and Misfits

Do-Gooders, Money Makers and Misfits

Our species has an obsession with categorisation. From plants and animals through to simple and complex ideas, humans like to give everything around them a label, and then fit these labels into groups.

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