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These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 2

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 2

Banh Da Tron When I first came to Vietnam I tried any new street dish I could get my chopsticks into. But as time has worn on, I’ve become a food eater of habit. I rarely try anything new. ...

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 3

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 3

Bo Bia Ngot For those who attended school in the 1980s like myself, things were far different. Instead of sitting at KFC, Burger King or a polished-glass window café, our ritual was gathering at the school gates and buying cheap snacks. ...

Hanoi’s Best Pho

Hanoi’s Best Pho

Where can you get the best pho bo in Hanoi? As the old Vietnamese saying goes, ask nine people and you’ll get 10 different opinions. Courtesy of our four judges we went in search of a definitive answer. Words by Huyen Tran. Photos by Trung Del, Jul...

The Perks of Learning the Language

The Perks of Learning the Language

Ed Weinberg has lived in Vietnam for three years — during which time he’s learnt enough Vietnamese not to starve. Well, he just points at things. In January it all started to change ...

Vietnamese Food Isn't That Great

Vietnamese Food Isn't That Great

Lower your pitchforks and let Niko Savvas explain

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 1

These Are a Few of Our Favourite Things - Part 1

Think of the worst person you know. Picture her stupid, punchable face. Feel her shrill voice raking your eardrums. See her pressing the “close” button as you race towards the elevator. ...

La Patisserie Chez Moi

La Patisserie Chez Moi

My first experience with this bakery happened when I was riding by — the pastry shop’s signage and shining glass window grabbed my eyes. I decided to go inside. ...

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Through European Eyes



A small pop-up shop at Mekong Merchant (23 Thao Dien, Q2) will be showing pieces from the jewellery Harmony collection from Gaya.

 

The collection is a reflection of Asia through European eyes, a mixture of colourful tassels, silver, buffalo horn, leather, French beads, Chinese ornaments and more. The shop will be open every day from 10am to 7pm.

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