Faces & Places: World Rhino Day

It’s Time to Make a Change
For World Rhino Day, WildAid and Change organized a public memorial to commemorate the death of more than 760 rhinoceros in the world last year.

IMG_9333_image by Khang Thai (OiVietNam_3N)

Get the Popcorn Ready
Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon held a special edition of movie night for the premiere of Hotel Transylvania 2 at Vivo City.

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Images By Ngoc Tran

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