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2018/12/10 | Saigoneer
Get to Know Vietnam's First Blind Television Broadcaster
Born with visual impairments, 23-year-old Le Huong Giang can be seen regularly on Vietnamese TV.
2018/12/07 | Saigoneer
Taiwan's Foxconn Is Considering Opening an iPhone Factory in Vietnam
The Taiwanese technology giant previously expressed an interest in evading the US-China trade war.
2018/12/05 | Mongabay
Vietnam Is Grappling With Stringent New Illegal Logging Regulations
A new agreement to prevent illegal logging is being held up against long-standing practices on the ground.
2018/11/09 | Saigoneer
VIETNAM: Pham Anh's Viral Oil Paintings Portray Hanoi's Inimitable Serenity
Journey through Hanoi's meandering, tranquil alleys courtesy of Vietnamese artist Pham Anh.
2018/10/27 | Saigoneer
VIETNAM: 20,000 Residents to Be Relocated from Hue Imperial City
The relocation, scheduled to begin next year, will be the biggest migration in the history of Hue Imperial City.
2018/10/21 | Sarah Gallo
VIETNAM: 7 Sites You Simply Have to See in Saigon
Traveling to Ho Chi Minh City? Follow this TNL-approved guide to the city's top sights – and don't forget the cà phê đá!
2018/09/13 | Saigoneer
Hanging Out with Vietnam's Critically Endangered Primates
A new video gets some enthralling footage of Vietnam's 25 primate species, eight of which are critically endangered.
2018/09/09 | Saigoneer
Tracking Vietnam's High Speed Rail Dream
A high speed rail line running the length of the country could cost US$60 billion and reduce the train journey time between Hanoi and Saigon to eight hours.
2018/07/27 | Mongabay
VIETNAM: World's Largest Cave Threatened by Cable Car Plans
Tourism at Vietnam's colossal and stunning Son Doong Cave, restricted for years, is set to boom once a cable car system is installed by developers.
2018/07/19 | Policy Forum
ANALYSIS: Russia's Expanding Asia-Pacific Power Play
In the absence of strong relations with Western nations, Russia may be making its own pivot to Asia. This should motivate Australia and ASEAN states to fortify their own presences in the area.
2018/06/22 | East Asia Forum
OPINION: US South China Sea Saber-rattling Stokes China Conflict Danger
Objectivity, fairness and balance are increasingly hard to find in analysis of China’s actions in the South China Sea.​​​​​​​
2018/05/11 | New Naratif
Identities Clash in Vietnam's North and South
South Vietnam ended as a political entity in 1975, but cultural differences continue to reverberate throughout Vietnamese society.
ANALYSIS: The Myth of School Autonomy in Vietnam
The communist state has been moving quickly to privatize control of its educational institutions.
2018/04/19 | Policy Forum
OPINION: Vietnam Grossly Mismanages Its Water Resources
With a growing population, increasing pollution, extreme weather events and ineffective government, Vietnam is due to face a watery calamity.
2018/03/20 | The Conversation
OPINION: The Crimes of My Lai Must Be Remembered
'If Americans remember that name at all, they most likely remember that something dark and awful happened there.'
2018/03/12 | Mong Palatino
Vietnam Cracks Down Harder on Dissenters and Activists
Data shows that persecution of dissenters increased in 2017, as did the proportion of harsh prison sentences handed out to writers and peaceful activists.
OPINION: Taiwan or Vietnam – Which Has Weaker Labor Standards?
Wang Hong-ren argues that Taiwan's labor laws are regressing below those of its southern neighbor.