Vietnam has changed. In less than two decades this country has transformed itself from a sleepy agricultural economy into one that now has vibrant cities and a growing focus on industry.
In the first of a series of videos we try to encapsulate urban Vietnam as it is today and spend 24 hours filming Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), the country's largest and most vibrant metropolis.
Through the eye of a camera lens we have tried to capture the old and the new, the unique and the bizarre, the funny and the serious. The reason? To try and set in stone those scenes and situations that show this country as it is in early 2014, before it continues its inexorable sprint into the future.
Video by Yves Schiepek and Kyle Phanroy