Representing a marriage of old and new, Catina Café (151/6 Dong Khoi, D1) mirrors the past and present of former rue Catinat (now called Dong Khoi) – a street once under French rule and home to a handful of colonial buildings that are still in existence today. Walk through the famous Art Arcade, past paintings … Read more
Seeing India while racing down pothole-laced roads in a three-wheeled rickshaw THE AUTO RICKSHAW labored down the ink-dark road. Oncoming giant trucks barreled toward us, blinding us with their headlights. The rickshaw dangled within centimeters of the road’s shoulder. My driving partner, Keith King, and I were beyond exhausted. It was nearly 10pm and we … Read more
Oi Vietnam magazine reviews Mad House restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City, which serves European food created by experienced Danish chefs.
Entrepreneurs come from many backgrounds and often make gigantic leaps in work or geographical environment to follow their passion. Quang Dang, or Canton, as he’s professionally known, left a successful career in mechanical engineering and immigration law in the US to launch his business in Saigon. Now Canton is the man many advertising agencies and … Read more