Soliciting divine counsel from picture cards is on the rise in Ho Chi Minh City
‘Tham Phay,’ as the newly discovered cave system is called, translates to ‘cave of fire’ but in reality is actually filled with water
It has been more than six decades since the end of French colonial rule in Vietnam, but when President Francois Hollande arrives this week he'll struggle to avoid a quintessential legacy of his country's rule: the baguette
A small restaurant in Quang Nam is a favorite of many government officials
Vietnam’s emerging fashion industry is a tempting market for westerners seeking to kick-start their modeling career, but life as a foreign model here is not always a bed of roses.
The pregnant ‘queen’ of the pageant defecated right on the spot twice, probably out of anxiety, during the contest and upon her coronation moment
Tourists to Phu Quoc Island now can cultivate their own plants with their names attached, and come back years later to witness their growth and tell the tale to their children
My Duc, a rural district of Hanoi, is a gift from nature
All soldiers in the Vietnam People’s Ground Force are faced with several years of hard work and intense trainings before they can secure a spot in the military unit.
The rapid urbanization of Ho Chi Minh City’s suburban areas has lead to construction taking over the metropolitan area’s vast fields, leaving grass for cattle in high demand and creating job opportunities for poor citizens.
The clothing stores of My Khanh villagers can now be found all over southern and central Vietnam
A group of Vietnamese travel enthusiasts, hailing from all walks of life, have joined together to help complete the Google Map of Vietnam, free of charge to the technology giant
An officer in Lieutenant Colonel Tran Nam Ngan’s group returned to his country for one month to seek malaria treatment before announcing that his nation was to withdraw from United Nations peacekeeping endeavors
Shrewd home demolition dealers can make profits of up to VND100 million (US$4,484) in a single purchase
With an average annual income of around $2,000 most Vietnamese would not consider themselves especially wealthy
A traditional silk-making village in Quang Nam is reviving itsself in a surprising manner