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A Day to Remember

A Day to Remember

This year’s ASEAN Pride festival pulled out the stops. It even featured something called ‘music’

The Best Bia Hoi in Hanoi

The Best Bia Hoi in Hanoi

Armed with an unquenchable thirst for answering philosophical conundrums, Noey Neumark and Dara O Foghlu set off across the capital, fighting typhoons and falling trees in search of the holy grail of watering holes. Photos by Julie Vola ...

Circle K is Coming

Circle K is Coming

Time to turn out the lights?

The Old Houses of Duong Lam

The Old Houses of Duong Lam

Where people are hospitable, there’s no need to confine your urban exploits to abandoned houses. David Mann (words), Julie Vola (photos) and Mai Thu Trang (translation) found such people in Duong Lam, householders of some of the oldest houses in Vi...

The Construction Worker

The Construction Worker

Even building site workers have to take coffee breaks. Jon Aspin catches up with lifelong construction worker, Hung, as he heads out for a coffee and a smoke. Photo by Francis Xavier. Translation by Vu Ha Kim Vy ...

Vietnam’s Golden Girl Set to Cash In

Vietnam’s Golden Girl Set to Cash In

From the sidelines, Harry Hodge sizes up Vietnam’s month in sports. Photos provided by Nguyen Quang Liem ...

Now You Can Buy

Now You Can Buy

From Jul. 1, foreigners can buy property in Vietnam. Here are the caveats

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The Prodigy Cometh

It’s time to stop moaning about Saigon’s supposedly underwhelming live music scene because Leeroy Thornhill, a former founding member of British rave-punk titans The Prodigy, is coming to town this month.

 

Hitting Lush (2 Ly Tu Trong, Q1) on Saturday, Mar. 3, expect a high-energy DJ set of nu-skool breaks, hip-hop, jungle and the odd pop mash-up. Turn to Live In Saigon for a full preview of this event here.

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