The man behind the Argentinean steakhouse El Gaucho, Dany Himi may well be the ultimate businessman. Words by Rose Arnold. Photo by Nick Ross
It is said that every good idea and product in Vietnam gets massively and immediately copied. Kaitlin Rees*ponders and plunders to ask; is originality really that important? Is all art theft? (1,9)
With so many businesses timing is everything. It’s not just about having a good idea, it is about having that idea when conditions are right to succeed. Words and photos by Matt Dworzanczyk
Fabiola Buchele spends three days with writer and humanitarian Le Ly Hayslip on her most recent trip back to her hometown. Photos by Harvey Morrison
Can experimental music change things? Fabiola Buchele meets Kim Ngoc, composer and founder of Dom Dom, a new not-for-profit experimental music organisation in Hanoi. Portrait by Aaron Joel Santos
This is not the first time Mr Loc Vang has stood on this stage. It’s certainly not the first time he’s sang the epic ballad love song The Boat Isn’t Docking by the great composer Dang The Phong.
“I know my food is clean because I eat it every day with my husband!” The banh da vendor taps her bowl of green tea noodles with a weathered chopstick. “See the hospital over there? The doctors always come here to eat.”