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A Fixed Focus

People coming together to share information, experience, and knowledge in all aspects of photography

For Chien, the Vice President of the Senior Photography Club, photography is a life-long pursuit. As a teenager he tried to pursue it as a career but harsh conditions during the American […]

By |November 18th, 2013|Arts, Features|0 Comments
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The Myth: How does firefighting work here?

Is it true that you have to pay them first before they will put out the fire for you? If so, how much?

There are lots of rumors on firefighting practices in Vietnam and whether or not firefighting is under the ‘money-first-service-later’ procedure that is an all […]

By |October 17th, 2013|Features, Saigon Mythbusters|0 Comments
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Hogging the Streets

For those who are dedicated to riding Harleys

The first American – made motorcycle, the iconic Harley-Davidson, was made popular in Saigon during the American War in the 1960s. Recently, the motorcycle has become a firm favorite on the city’s streets too. The Saigon HOG (Harley […]

By |September 14th, 2013|Travel|0 Comments
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Saigon Mythbusters

The Myth: As all motorbike drivers are required to buy motorbike insurance, does the insurance actually protect you?

According to Regulation No.126/2008/TT-BTC from the Ministry of Finance, all motorbike drivers are required to purchase civil liability insurance for their motorbikes. The mandatory civil liability insurance is priced […]

By |September 13th, 2013|Features, Saigon Mythbusters|0 Comments
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To While Away

Two cafes that are perfect for relaxing

A suburb popular with expats in Ho Chi Minh City, District 2 is a perfect blend of modern lifestyle, with condominiums and international supermarkets, and ‘hidden charms’ including quaint coffee shops. I took a […]

By |August 30th, 2013|Wine & Dine|0 Comments