Expats in Ho Chi Minh City
Expats in Ho Chi Minh City are so a lot. They create expat community to help each other during living in this city as well as in Vietnam. They can learn about international culture rights in Vietnam to make their experience better.
Celebrate traditional Vietnamese Tet
Many foreigners know about Vietnam through books and have good impression about this beautiful and hospitable country. In Tet holiday, many expats living in Vietnam have the chance to explore and experience the unique features of Vietnamese Tet.
Vietnam through photos of Rehahn Croquevielle
Through the photos about Vietnam of Rehahn, whether you are Vietnamese people or foreigners who have not come to Vietnam before, you will get the special and unique prospect on how Vietnamese people are especially the smile and eyes.
American medical engineer in Vietnam
Kirk Evans, an American medical engineer who invented CPAP in Vietnam. During 13 years living here, he has devoted lots of patents on medical devices for the hospitals and he intends to contribute more to the modernization of the health sector in Vietnam.
Life of Nev Tickner in Dien Bien Phu
While many other expats chose to stay in big cities like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, an Australian man chooses to settle down in the mountainous city of Dien Bien Phu. Life of Nev Tickners in Dien Bien Phu has helped him understand the land and people here.
Traditional Japanese martial art in Vietnam
Being introduced to Vietnam by a Dutch instructor, Katori Shino Ryu, a traditional Japanese martial art has received the great attention of Vietnamese people and members of expat community in Vietnam.
Experience the life of an expat in Ho Chi Minh City
The hustling and bustling of Ho Chi Minh City has attracted more and more foreign expats coming and staying here. Among them, Sam Ivor, a British expat has decided to stay here longer to explore and learn more about the country and people here.
Graham Sutcliffe and Vietnamese classical music
Graham Sutcliffe is a talented British conductor who spent 23 years living in Vietnam and has significant contribution to development of Vietnamese classical music. He also has left deep impression on Vietnamese musicians and audiences.