On Saturday, two expatriates, both living in Hanoi, entered a restaurant in Thao Dien, Ho Chi Minh City, after completing an 80-day Charity Walk covering approximately 2,000 km, traversing some of the most breathtaking parts of Vietnam
‘Crossing the road, even at crosswalks with traffic signals, feels like a precarious wager with my life’
They were afraid that traffic congestion in the neighborhood would be worsened by the night street operation
Eating dog meat is quite common in many parts of Vietnam
Roughly five million dogs are killed for their meat each year in Vietnam
Nothing makes me cringe more than foreigners with a sign in Vietnamese asking for money because they 'lost [their] passports'
Expats in Vietnam recently shared how they were able to make adapting to life here a smoother experience
They shared some tips to avoid being overcharged while living in this Southeast Asian country
Many of them recommended that people seek ways to adapt to a new environment and appreciate good things in life
'This monument gives them something to look at, take photos of, and interact with using their phone'
Tuoi Tre describes different aspects of life in Vietnam and in Ho Chi Minh City
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