There’s no single defining image of the nation or its women
Tuoi Tre News readers argued whether tourists should blame themselves for lacking adequate planning while having too many unrealistic expectations about Vietnam
Ah... a lovely, sunny new year has arrived. So what’s on the agenda this year? I took a look in my 'crystal ball' because I’m so sure I can predict the future.
Unrealistic expectations about the country, a lack of beforehand preparation, and the modest time earmarked for their trips are what make tourists dissatisfied with their travel in Vietnam
A number of expats have revealed to Tuoi Tre News how they would spend their New Year’s Eve in Vietnam
In 2016 I will make a resolution to be more polite and patient with the traffic around me
The recent story on Tuoi Tre News about a man finding a mermaid had me laughing for about an hour. What’s wrong with having fun and using your imagination?
A city that is worth living in is a place where people enjoy a sense of security on the road
'Vietnam is still a safe place to visit and that is a major asset,' Brian M. writes from Australia
Several readers have written to Tuoi Tre News to argue that scams are not unique to Vietnam, as they are something that's an issue all over the world
Readers have written to Tuoi Tre News, in a show of support for an op-ed penned by an Australian man who believes Vietnam is good for foreigners to live in, but not necessarily to invest in
Dear Santa, could I have a big, fat one year American visa?
If Ho Chi Minh City becomes a place people bond with, not merely where they make a living, residents will try to make the city more rewarding and citizen-friendly by performing even the smallest deeds
Keith, an Australian who has many things to tell about his five years living in Ho Chi Minh City, argues why most expats prefer enjoying the lifestyle in Vietnam to investing here
A rewarding city is one where its residents have access to favorable opportunities and are able to take them
Fruits reaped by the Ho Chi Minh City administration three decades after undergoing reforms are notable, but the city’s efforts are outstripped by its own potential