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Hanoi House

Hanoi House

One of the amazing things about Hanoi is that even after you’ve been living here for a couple of years and begin to feel like you know everything, someone can show you a hidden gem that’s been under your nose the entire time. ...

InterContinental Asiana Saigon

InterContinental Asiana Saigon

When hitting the buffet, I have a method. A light plate at first; some sushi, some charcuterie, maybe some oysters. Some coffee somewhere in there. No Bloody Mary yet. ...

My Van Than

My Van Than

From Chinese import to a Hanoi staple, wonton noodles or my van than are found all over the capital. Words by Huyen Tran. Photos by Julie Vola ...

Men Get Ready!

Men Get Ready!

I love this month because it’s my sister’s birthday. I hate this month because it also means International Women’s Day on the 8th.

Sports Digest: Quidditch

Sports Digest: Quidditch

From the sidelines, Harry Hodge sizes up Vietnam’s month in sports

PéPé La Poule

PéPé La Poule

Fusion cuisine? It’s a designation that has many a chef running for the hills. But as our mystery diner can attest, at Pepe La Poule it is the name of the culinary game. Photos by Julie Vola ...

Temple Club

Temple Club

Alongside Cuc Gach Quan and May Cloud, Temple Club is one of the best places to take visitors when one wants to show them the grandeur of old-time Saigon. ...

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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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