An automated irrigation system in the Central Highlands is worth what it takes to produce up to three metric tons of durians
A North Korean 5,000-won (US$37) banknote is among the Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper reporters’ most treasured souvenirs
Tourists are only allowed to take photos of the building on the South Korean side when they visit the de facto borderline between the North and South
Promotional girls in short skirts at the draft beer fete in North Korea keep smiling as they usher guests in
The apparatus installed along the Saigon River Tunnel is similar to that of vital internal organs inside the human body
Visitors are not allowed to lay wreaths on the monuments of two highly revered, immortal North Korean leaders, as wreaths are typically for the dead
A local tour guide advised Tuoi Tre reporters to delete all footage and photos related to South Korea and state leaders of other countries, including Vietnam, before entering North Korea
Getting sent a coffin might be viewed as a life threat in most cultures, but for the Katu minority in central Vietnam, it is the ultimate sign of respect.
A South Korean monk who fought in Vietnam in the early 1970s has asked Vietnamese survivors for forgiveness
After spending the day making hard-earned cash on Saigon’s busy streets, the city’s poor find shelter inside 24/7 coffee shops offering a good night’s rest on rented hammocks.
Active survivors of massacres carried out by South Korean mercenaries around 50 years ago are working towards a plan to gather their contemporaries
Words of hostility should be replaced with messages of peace on future monuments
The younger sister, who had once risen to the position of Vice-President at the Bank of America, died some years ago at the age of 47
Many Vietnamese victims of the mass killings perpetrated by South Korean mercenaries during the American war in Vietnam are demanding an official apology from South Korea
An average interview is enough to evoke haunting war memories from survivors of the tragic period
The shrinking forest on Son Tra Peninsula has been forcing its indigenous doucs to find new habitats, leaving them highly vulnerable to poaching