Lives of Expat Parents: Madison Hardy & her Experiences with IVF, Single Motherhood

Lives of Expat Parents: Madison Hardy & her Experiences with IVF, Single Motherhood

In the newest series from the Vietnam Times, “The Lives of Expat Parents” profiles expats who decide to raise their kids in Vietnam. For our first installment, we spoke to Madison Hardy, a dynamic business woman and single mother in An Bang, Hoi An.
Expat Artist Inspired by Vietnam's Woodcut Printmaking

Expat Artist Inspired by Vietnam's Woodcut Printmaking

Woodblock prints of Vietnam images reflect artist Jack Clayton's travels in the S-shape land.
Male K-pop stars come to Hanoi to promote tourism

Male K-pop stars come to Hanoi to promote tourism

The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) has just held an event to announce the boy group BLANK2Y as the Honorary Ambassador of Korea Tourism in Vietnam. This is a newly debuted K-pop group, known for their song “Thumbs Up” which has surpassed 13 million views on Youtube.
Polish Tourists: When We Had Accidents, Vietnamese People Rushed to Help

Polish Tourists: When We Had Accidents, Vietnamese People Rushed to Help

Kasia and Mateusz, Polish citizens, said their trip journey to explore 8 provinces in Vietnam was an adventure, filled with emotions and long-lasting memories.
Vietnam & Visas: a Traveller's Insight

Vietnam & Visas: a Traveller's Insight

Through a series of photos, Vietnam Times' young writer Réka Márkos captures the highs and lows of post-Covid travel out of and into Vietnam.
Editor's Pick: Barry Penter - A Master of Realism Art in Vietnam

Editor's Pick: Barry Penter - A Master of Realism Art in Vietnam

The Realism is Art 2 exhibition is a rare chance to see 15 hyperrealistic graphite artworks by artist Barry Penter, all created during his time spent in Vietnam.
Healing the Wounds of War: Stories from Postwar US-Vietnam Relations

Healing the Wounds of War: Stories from Postwar US-Vietnam Relations

Despite a hostile history, modern Vietnam continues to welcome American tourism and business. Of those returning, many of them are representatives of the US veteran community or military personnel who come to Vietnam to reflect on these atrocities and heal the wounds of war.
Expat Spotlight: Younes & Khadija Bouguedra - A Cultural Bridge Between VN & Algeria

Expat Spotlight: Younes & Khadija Bouguedra - A Cultural Bridge Between VN & Algeria

For this month’s installment, The Vietnam Times is excited to focus the spotlight on a couple of remarkable expats instead of just one. Younes Ainar and Khadija Bouguedra are a beautiful Algerian ‘power couple’ that share not just a marriage but also a strong affinity for Vietnam; a hard-working, entrepreneurial mindset; and a desire to infuse aspects of Vietnamese culture into their individual creations.
The Allure of April Licious: A Filipino Drag Queen Talks Hanoi's Drag Scene

The Allure of April Licious: A Filipino Drag Queen Talks Hanoi's Drag Scene

"Drag is an addiction!" says April Licious. As five-year resident of Vietnam, Josh "Apri_Licious" Roxas has given many drag queens another platform for self-expression.
Interview with Chuck Searcy: "If the Veterans Can Make Peace, Why Can't Everybody?"

Interview with Chuck Searcy: "If the Veterans Can Make Peace, Why Can't Everybody?"

As one of the first US veterans to come back to Vietnam to reconcile the bilateral relations, Chuck Searcy was impressed with the Vietnamese people's positive attitude towards those who were once their enemies.
The Second Generation of Friendship

The Second Generation of Friendship

The next generation to develop of friendly relation is none other than the Vietnamese and American young people.
From Soldiers to "Peace Envoys"

From Soldiers to "Peace Envoys"

The American veterans returning to Vietnam are both healers of the wounds of war and messengers who spread the desire for peace.
Vietnam - A Warm-hearted, Loving Country

Vietnam - A Warm-hearted, Loving Country

The soldiers who used to aim their guns at Vietnam now returned. They followed the call of conscience. The Vietnamese people greeted them with welcoming arms. The veterans from both sides filled the bomb pits with greenery, brought up the light of hope to the war victims. Together they planted the seeds of friendship and peace for today and forevermore.
Acceptance on the Silver Screen: A Brief Look at Vietnam's Queer Cinema

Acceptance on the Silver Screen: A Brief Look at Vietnam's Queer Cinema

A nation's film industry can give a massive insight into its values and culture, and this is no different in Vietnam. This list of films charts the progressive trend of LGBTQ+ representation through Vietnamese cinema over the past several years, demonstrating a positive shift in general attitudes towards the queer community.
Expat Journalist Impressed by Vietnam's Luxury Train Experience

Expat Journalist Impressed by Vietnam's Luxury Train Experience

Chris described his Vietnam’s first luxury train carriage as a soothing, at times surreal, journey.
Viet Bites: BAKED and Friends in Hanoi

Viet Bites: BAKED and Friends in Hanoi

As the Vietnamese palate prefers sweet fruits over baked goods, expats are craving the cookies and cakes from the Western world. Fortunately, one Singaporean woman is enchanting Tay Ho with her decadant desserts.
Canadian Writer: "Tra Da" is A Vietnam's Unsung Hero

Canadian Writer: "Tra Da" is A Vietnam's Unsung Hero

Loving Vietnam's most common beverage, "tra da" - iced green tea, Canadian writer Matthew Mike believes this drink has a superpower.
Hanoi's Old Quarter Offers Delicious Food Tour

Hanoi's Old Quarter Offers Delicious Food Tour

Within three hours, the tour guide will accompany guests on a 5-7 kilometre walk and to several dining locations, giving tourists an authentic Vietnamese experience.
Canadian Ambassador: What A Delight To Be in Vietnam!

Canadian Ambassador: What A Delight To Be in Vietnam!

The diplomat said he is eager to hit the ground running and start meeting Vietnamese from all walks of life across this incredible country.
[Photo Series]: Rediscovering Vietnam

[Photo Series]: Rediscovering Vietnam

Since March 15th, Vietnam has reopened its borders for the first time in two years. As backpackers return to the hostels and domestic travelers resume their road trips, many have taken breathtaking photos, chronicling the nation's joyous post-Covid era.
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