Vietnamese seems to be really concerned with “saving face,” but have no shame for their [mis]conduct and [mis]behavior Vietnamese’s bad habits: Littering, belching, refusing to queue
Vietnamese’s bad habits: Those 'annoyin’ Hanoians!'
Published: 04/15/2014 19:42
These include jerks who drive too fast in residential areas, motorcyclists on cell phones and litterbugs
Re: Is it hard to kick Vietnamese’s bad habits?
Published: 04/14/2014 18:41
Below are some opinions against those previously published on our website
Vietnamese’s bad habits: Never sticking to the plan
Published: 04/13/2014 17:06
I used to tell people to come to my office at 10:00 am, only to find myself waiting in total confusion for up to an hour and sometimes more
Vietnamese’s bad habits: Honking horns in Saigon
Published: 04/11/2014 11:26
While it is not uncommon that the abrasive barking of a Vinsaun taxi horn makes me want to drive my motorbike off the Saigon Bridge, the madness does make me smile sometimes
Vietnamese’s bad habits: Littering, belching, refusing to queue
Published: 04/10/2014 20:01
Vietnamese seems to be really concerned with “saving face,” but have no shame for their [mis]conduct and [mis]behavior
Without public backing, can Vietnam host 2019 Asiad?
Published: 04/09/2014 16:49
Hosting a large sporting event is always a gamble
Vietnamese’s bad habits: The ‘Tunnel Vision’ epidemic
Published: 04/09/2014 09:14
Topic for discussion: Is it hard to kick Vietnamese’s bad habits?
Banning Facebook doesn't resolve student grievance problem: expat
Published: 04/08/2014 16:30
To resolve a problem like discontent with a teacher, students would need to be able to voice their opinions publicly, says an American expat
Now playing at the Cinematheque in Hanoi
Published: 04/07/2014 11:25
Perryman describes Vietnam as ‘the scene of the crime’ and so many veterans, after some 30 or 40 years, “come over here to heal themselves”
Accessibility to blame for brutal acid attacks in Vietnam: foreigners
Published: 04/04/2014 20:20
An American lawyer who lives in Vietnam and a prospective medical student, also from the U.S., blame the recent cases of acid attacks in Vietnam on the availability of acid and other lethal chemicals on the local market
Vietnam tourism: Who is guiding who?
Published: 03/30/2014 17:25
Foreign guides, as with foreign teachers, can be a model of quality for the Vietnamese to reach for