This Saturday Nov. 29 Little Anh-Em (37 Thao Dien, Q2, HCMC) will present their latest fashion line inspired by both children and adult friends.
Loud Minority and Saigon Sound System present the first Saigon International Music Week kicking off with UK based award-winning indie rockers The Vaccines on Wednesday Nov. 26.
This Saturday Nov. 22 from 9pm till late Blanchy’s Tash in Ho Chi Minh City is proud to present a night of dance with Dj Smokin’ Jo.
Himiko Nguyen cordially invites people to an exhibition of the artist Kim Hoa Tran’s work on Saturday Nov. 29 from 3pm to 7pm and Sunday Nov. 30 from 12pm to 7pm.
On Wednesday Nov. 19, in conjunction with Magners Irish Cider, the newly formed Saigon International Comedy (formerly Apocalaughs Now) will present its first show, with two comics from overseas — comedic magician Jeffrey Tam (Philippines) and highly acclaimed London-based gagster Nik Coppin (UK).
Class 5: How to detox. Chiara Squinzi is a certified health coach and yoga teacher who runs a range of classes. This latest in a series aims at raising awareness of what chemicals in everyday food, water and body care products do to your body.
Organised by the Canadian Consulate General, Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CanCham) and the HCMC Union of Friendship Organizations, the annual Terry Fox Run to raise funds for cancer awareness, takes place on Sunday Nov. 30 at 8am sharp.
L’Uisine is a dining and retail space in the heart of Saigon and on Thursday Nov. 27, from 7.30pm, will hold a Thanksgiving dinner with proceeds going to charity.
Initiated by the Swedish Institute this event runs for three weeks from Nov. 10 to Nov. 30. Its aim is to showcase Swedish innovations and creativity and to build relations between Sweden and Vietnam, with the aim of future better understanding and exchanging of ideas.