WHAT WAS THE MY LAI MASSACRE?

  What Was the My Lai Massacre? One of the Worst American-Committed Atrocities of the Vietnam War On March 16, 1968, United States Army troops murdered several hundred Vietnamese civilians at the villages of My Lai and My Khe during the Vietnam War. The victims were mostly elderly men, women and children and all non-combatants. Many [...]
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BA CHUC MASSACRE FROM CHAU DOC

  BA CHUC MASSACRE FROM CHAU DOC Most people know of the brutal killing spree Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge inflicted on the Cambodian people in the late 70s. Fewer might be aware of their regular rampages through southern Vietnam culminating in the massacre of over 3000 people in the village of Ba Chuc. Enraged by [...]
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10 MUST TRY DISHES IN HOI AN

  10 MUST TRY DISHES IN HOI AN The best Hoi An dishes are exclusively available within the UNESCO World Heritage Site which is this remarkable city, utilising fresh greens, herbs, fish, meat, and even water from the neighbouring Tra Que Vegetable Village, Cham Island, Ba Le Well, and Cam Nam Village. Once a prominent [...]
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Vietnamese Music

We talked about how deep Vietnamese culture is. When we mention culture, we don't only mean customs and preferences. We also include painting, religion, poetry, sculpture, and the one part of culture that we are going to talk about here: Music.   Please note that this article is based on my understanding of Vietnamese music, [...]
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The Craft Beer Craze 

Recently, we talked about drinking habits in Vietnam, and about beer consumption, and how vietnamese people love their beers on the rocks... Today, we'll look into another trend in the beer business: Local Craft-Beer. As you probably already know, we call Craft Beer a beer that was made in a traditional way or non-mechanized way by [...]
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