A Japanese Doctor's Misson to Save Vietnamese Vision Expats in Vietnam

A Japanese Doctor's Misson to Save Vietnamese Vision

For the past 20 years, Dr. Hattori Tadashi has used his knowledge to help thousands of visually impaired Vietnamese.
[Op-Ed] Sapa: A Heritage to Be Preserved, Not Sold Travel

[Op-Ed] Sapa: A Heritage to Be Preserved, Not Sold

VNT reporter reflects on the natural beauty of Sapa and the overdevelopment that threatens it.
Watching the World Cup at Bia Hoi - An Expat's Favorite Pastime Expats in Vietnam

Watching the World Cup at Bia Hoi - An Expat's Favorite Pastime

Drinking beer while watching football is how many foreign guests in Ho Chi Minh City enjoy their lives.
The Final Days of Tay Ho's Ghost Ships

The Final Days of Tay Ho's Ghost Ships

South African photographer Lavonne Bosman shares her photos of the abandoned boats in West Lake and the struggles to capture a single moment in time amidst ever-changing Hanoi.
MẮM: The Sweet Sounds of Funky Fish Sauce

MẮM: The Sweet Sounds of Funky Fish Sauce

VNT staff writer John Creevy tries to uncover the engima of MẮM, a new Vietnamese rock band that has earned a following of local and expat fans, thanks to their East-meets-West blend of musical fusion.
FNF Receives Certificate of Merit from VUFO for Positive Contributions in Vietnam

FNF Receives Certificate of Merit from VUFO for Positive Contributions in Vietnam

On November 14, in Hanoi, Phan Anh Son, Vice President, General Secretary of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO), Vice Chairman of the Committee for Foreign Non-Governmental Organizations Affairs, presented the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) Institute in Vietnam with the VUFO Certificate of Merit for its positive contributions to Vietnam.
Fun Vietnamese Classes for ESL Teacher in Hanoi

Fun Vietnamese Classes for ESL Teacher in Hanoi

Check out Hanoi's community of foreign English teachers who love dicovering Vietnamese culture through language exchange.
Teacher's Day 2022: Vietnamese Teacher Aims to Break the Language Barrier

Teacher's Day 2022: Vietnamese Teacher Aims to Break the Language Barrier

Expats from across the world come to Vietnam, enticed by lucrative opportunities and the low cost of living. However, many still struggle with the tonal intricacies of the Vietnamese language. Fortunately, a young Vietnamese teacher is working with expats, aiming to make her homeland's language more accessible to foreign tongues.
HopeBox Move for Hope – Raising Awareness and Inspiring Change Through Exercise

HopeBox Move for Hope – Raising Awareness and Inspiring Change Through Exercise

Gender based violence is a serious issue that mainly affects women, all around the world. Vietnam-based social-enterprise HopeBox is running its campaign 'Move for Hope' in November to support victims of GBV, by raising awareness and funding to empower women in need, and help them to take charge of their own lives.
Why You Should Study Abroad in Vietnam: 5 Reasons

Why You Should Study Abroad in Vietnam: 5 Reasons

Vietnam is a major tourist center famous for its rich history and culture. Young people, who are eager to get an education in an exotic country, tend to come here.
Eco-Fashion Show Models the Green Charms of Sustainable Clothing

Eco-Fashion Show Models the Green Charms of Sustainable Clothing

Keep Vietnam Clean's Green Gem Shop presented "wearable-artworks" that gave used clothes a brand new life.
Peaceful Moments Throughout Tranquil Hanoi

Peaceful Moments Throughout Tranquil Hanoi

Vietnam's capital, despite being a bustling place, has plenty of peaceful corners and vistas.
Japanese Eye Doctor Earns “Nobel Prize of Asia” for 20-Year-Dedication in Vietnam

Japanese Eye Doctor Earns “Nobel Prize of Asia” for 20-Year-Dedication in Vietnam

A Japanese eye doctor has been recently awarded the “Asian Nobel Prize” for providing free treatment and training doctors in Vietnam.
Editor's Pick: Introducing SVART, Hanoi's Newest Art Collective

Editor's Pick: Introducing SVART, Hanoi's Newest Art Collective

To say SVART is an international organization is an understatement. It is, in a sense, the entire point of the project.
The Slow but Sure Revival of Hanoi's Live Music

The Slow but Sure Revival of Hanoi's Live Music

In the post-Covid era, Hanoi's musicans are hungry to perform again. VNT staff writer Jason Law spoke to multiple Hanoian artists about their desire to see concerts return to full capacity and to hear rock music in the capital once again.
Hanoi: Foreigners Can Now Own Estate From 8 More Housing Projects

Hanoi: Foreigners Can Now Own Estate From 8 More Housing Projects

Hanoi’s Department of Construction has approved 8 more housing projects that can be owned by foreigners. These projects are constructed in the districts of Tay Ho, Long Bien, Bac Tu Liem, Nam Tu Liem, Hoang Mai.
Halloweekend: Expats Prefer Close, Creative Gatherings for Halloween

Halloweekend: Expats Prefer Close, Creative Gatherings for Halloween

Once again, the expat community living in Vietnam attended costume parties, went on weekend trips, or celebrates with music, food and drink among close friends to join in the frightingly fun spirit of Halloween.
Foreign Representatives Join Cooking Event to Promote Culture Through Food

Foreign Representatives Join Cooking Event to Promote Culture Through Food

Gastronomy can really excite everyone including diplomats as they spend time having meals with friends and family; no matter what occasion, food helps connect everyone from everywhere, despite their different backgrounds or races.
Hanoi's Foreign Teachers Bring Halloween Fun into the Classroom

Hanoi's Foreign Teachers Bring Halloween Fun into the Classroom

For the spookiest season, decorative cobwebs cover the schools, students wear cute costumes, and their dedicated teachers create fun, horror-themed lesson plans. The Vietnam Times spoke to a handful of expat teachers about their favorite memories of a Hanoian Halloween.
Love is in the Air: Vietnamese-Korean Couple Meet on Plane

Love is in the Air: Vietnamese-Korean Couple Meet on Plane

When they met each other on a flight back to Vietnam, Hang and Chang Young kept in touch later that, then soon fell in love. The lovers have gone viral on social media for their romance which is proof of “meeting the right person at the right time”.
Expat Spotlight: Laura Fontan - The Inspiring CEO of Chula Fashion

Expat Spotlight: Laura Fontan - The Inspiring CEO of Chula Fashion

In the spirit of Vietnamese Women's Day, Laura Fontan, CEO of Chula Fashion, spoke to the Vietnam Times about leading her company, her creative vision, and her plan to integrate the spirit of the late Diego “Chula” Cortizas into future collections.
Two Actors From Famous 'Gaoranger' Visit Hanoi

Two Actors From Famous 'Gaoranger' Visit Hanoi

Takeru Shibaki (GaoBlue) and Noboru Kaneko (GaoRed), two Japanese actors from the film "Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger," delighted Vietnamese fans by sharing their experiences during their first trip to Vietnam, on their personal pages.
German Embassy's Team Wins Big at Hanoi Open Dragon Boat Racing Festival

German Embassy's Team Wins Big at Hanoi Open Dragon Boat Racing Festival

The German Embassy team won the first place in the mixed category of the foreign embassies and international organizations.
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