Jesse Meadows

Jesse Meadows

Like many expats before her, staff writer Jesse Meadows stopped in Hanoi on a backpacking trip in early 2015 and just hasn’t managed to leave yet. A compulsive documentarian with a case of incessant curiosity, she loves buying one-way tickets, photographing dance parties and writing stories on the bus. 

Wednesday, 04 May 2016 09:13

The Private Island

Photo by Trung Del

Somewhere off Phu Quoc is a privately owned island that, if you’re lucky enough, might just be open for a visit. Jesse Meadows discovered that despite the growing debris in the surrounding seas, here the water remains crystal clear. Photos by Trung Del

Friday, 22 April 2016 05:25

Hemispheres

Photo by Julie Vola

If this restaurant had a mascot, it would be butter. “When in doubt, just chuck some butter in it,” laughs Chef Patrick Morris, and he’s right. Rich and heavy, every dish wraps you in the comfort of American-style steakhouse decadence.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016 06:43

Night and Day at the Flower Market  

Photo by Jesse Meadows

Jesse Meadows has found a new place to hang out in Hanoi — the oasis that is the flower market on Au Co

Monday, 04 April 2016 14:51

Soc Son

Soc Son. Photo by Jesse Meadows

Jesse Meadows makes a pilgrimage to a pagoda and statue to the northwest of Hanoi

Monday, 04 April 2016 10:28

The Renovation Generation

Photo by Julie Vola 

A podcast project is documenting the lives of young people born after Doi Moi

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