Celebrating Bunpimay in Vietnam: We Feel the Same Happiness as at Home Expats in Vietnam

Celebrating Bunpimay in Vietnam: We Feel the Same Happiness as at Home

Many Laotian international students were happy to attend the traditional New Year celebration, Bunpimay 2567, according to the Buddhist calendar, held by the Embassy of the Lao People's Democratic Republic to Vietnam in Hanoi on April 6.
Japanese Woman Strives to Improve Livelihoods of Ethnic Minority Youth Expats in Vietnam

Japanese Woman Strives to Improve Livelihoods of Ethnic Minority Youth

Since arriving in Vietnam in August 2022, Haruna Ishimaru, coordinator of Plan International’s project “Better livelihood for ethnic minority youth in Ha Giang and Lai Chau,” continues to provide love and support for the northern regions' ethnic minority youth.
Expat Spotlight: Saeko Ando - Visualizing The Intertwined Cultural Identities of Vietnam and Japan Expats in Vietnam

Expat Spotlight: Saeko Ando - Visualizing The Intertwined Cultural Identities of Vietnam and Japan

Meet Saeko Ando - the Japanese artist who finds endless happiness in promoting the beauty of Vietnamese lacquer paintings to the world.
Hanoi to Host Francophone Running Course This Weekend

Hanoi to Host Francophone Running Course This Weekend

A large-scale sports-cultural event for the French-speaking community in Vietnam will held this weekend in Hanoi.
Csaba Szabo: Hungarian Chef Who Brings his Homeland Cuisine to Vietnam

Csaba Szabo: Hungarian Chef Who Brings his Homeland Cuisine to Vietnam

“The reason I am still here is thanks to the openness and hospitality of the Vietnamese people. I like everything as it is: the unique natural attractions, an excellent culinary experience, and public safety. As a Hungarian chef, I want to introduce the original, simple, clean, authentic Hungarian dishes to the land that I am attached to,” said Csaba Szabo, a Hungarian chef who is on his journey to introduce the cuisine of “the country of Rubik cube” to Vietnam.
Two Foreigners Honored for Contributing to Thua Thien – Hue

Two Foreigners Honored for Contributing to Thua Thien – Hue

Two foreigners recently were awarded honorary citizenship title of Thua Thien – Hue province.
Families of Heads of Mission Explore Vietnamese Ethnic Cuisine

Families of Heads of Mission Explore Vietnamese Ethnic Cuisine

On Feb. 28, in Hanoi, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the spouses of heads of mission (SHOM) collaborated on a mini-workshop exploring the diverse cuisine of Vietnam's rural and ethnic minority communities.
Two Expats Walk 2,000 Km to Raise Funds to Support Vietnamese Children

Two Expats Walk 2,000 Km to Raise Funds to Support Vietnamese Children

After 2,000km, through torrential rain and searing heat Jake Norris and Sean Down will finish remarkable walk from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City on February 24.
Mozambican Student Starring in Vietnamese War Film Becomes Overnight Sensenation

Mozambican Student Starring in Vietnamese War Film Becomes Overnight Sensenation

A Mozambican student studying at Hanoi University of Science and Technology shared his experience when playing a role in Vietnam's epic war drama film, and his time he living and studying in the Southeast Asian country.
International Tourists Ask for Calligraphic Works at Temple of Literature

International Tourists Ask for Calligraphic Works at Temple of Literature

Foreign tourists enjoy the custom of asking for the first word in spring at the beginning of the year at Hanoi’s Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam.
A Frenchman's Tet in Vietnam

A Frenchman's Tet in Vietnam

Despite his French nationality, Luc Mandret identifies himself as a Vietnamese. He feels excited about the holiday and the atmosphere of the last days of the year.
Expat Spotlight: Ben Quick - A Child of Agent Orange Builds Bridges in Vietnam

Expat Spotlight: Ben Quick - A Child of Agent Orange Builds Bridges in Vietnam

As the son of an American veteran and Agent Orange victim, Ben Quick’s story has been forever intertwined with Vietnam and its people. Now the writer and photographer has settled in Da Nang, building literal and metaphorical bridges with his Vietnamese neighbors.
Vietnam's Tet in the Eyes of Foreigners

Vietnam's Tet in the Eyes of Foreigners

The Lunar New Year Festival (Tet) provides a wonderful opportunity for foreigners living, working, or touring during this time of year to learn more about Vietnam's customs, traditions, and people. In interviews with reporters from the Vietnam Times Magazine, foreigners in Hanoi shared their thoughts and impressions about Tet.
Expat Spotlight: Phoumphithath Oupaseuth - The Friendly Host of Xom Lao TV

Expat Spotlight: Phoumphithath Oupaseuth - The Friendly Host of Xom Lao TV

With his prospering channel "Xom Lao TV", Laotian YouTuber Phoumphithath Oupaseuth cements his place as the best source of online information about Vietnamese and Laotian youth.
Thai Community in Ho Chi Minh City Boost Viet-Thai People-to-people Exchange

Thai Community in Ho Chi Minh City Boost Viet-Thai People-to-people Exchange

The Consulate General of the Kingdom of Thailand in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) celebrated the 96th National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand on December 5.
First European Charity Christmas Market in Ho Chi Minh City Raises about USD 6.700

First European Charity Christmas Market in Ho Chi Minh City Raises about USD 6.700

The first ever European Charity Christmas Market at the French Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City raised more than 160 million VND.
Expat Spotlight: Graham Buckley -  A Volunteer Protector of Hue's Children

Expat Spotlight: Graham Buckley - A Volunteer Protector of Hue's Children

The latest installment of Expat Spotlight features British expat Graham Buckley, director of the non-profit organization Hue Help, who has spent over a decade popularizing water safety skills and providing children with safe livelihood in Thua Thien Hue.
Peruvian Artist Exhibits Paintings on Traditional Vietnam Paper

Peruvian Artist Exhibits Paintings on Traditional Vietnam Paper

Nicolás López, a Peruvian watercolor artist, is exhibiting his work in Ho Chi Minh City on giang paper created by the Mong ethnic minority group.
Foreign Diplomats in Ho Chi Minh City Learn to Cook Pho

Foreign Diplomats in Ho Chi Minh City Learn to Cook Pho

Members from foreign representative agencies were introduced to Vietnamese culinary culture in general, and traditional pho in particular.
British Man Dedicates Career to Saving Lives in Hue

British Man Dedicates Career to Saving Lives in Hue

Hue Help, established by Graham Buckley from the UK, has trained over 15,000 Hue children in swimming and safe rescue skills since 2006. In an interview with the Vietnam Times, the British director shares his action plans for Hue Help in drowning prevention work for Vietnamese children.
Korean Teacher Considers Nghe An Her Second Homeland

Korean Teacher Considers Nghe An Her Second Homeland

Love for Nghe An is the motivation for Korean teacher Noh Jong Soon to extend her working time in Vietnam's largest province.
Locals and Expats Join Hands to Keep Hanoi Clean

Locals and Expats Join Hands to Keep Hanoi Clean

On November 18, about 100 volunteers of "Love Hanoi Community" helped clean up garbage at the Ngoai Giao Doan Park (Xuan Tao, Bac Tu Liem, Ha Noi) and spread awareness about keeping public spaces clean.
Israelis Engaging with the Local Community, Creating Social Impact Together

Israelis Engaging with the Local Community, Creating Social Impact Together

Through a variety of programs and initiatives, Israel, via the Israeli Embassy to Vietnam, actively engaged with local communities, fostering cultural understanding, social development, cooperation, and people-to-people relations.
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