Jan 112014
Back to Vietnam

Just one more week and Hai and I will travel back to Vietnam.  Saigon to be exact. Before we head back to Vietnam however, we feel obliged to let you know exactly what we’ve been up to recently. First, you might recall our blog post of a few months back about Hai and my amazing visit to [Read on ...]

 January 11, 2014  Posted by at 12:21 am Uncategorized Tagged with: ,  2 Responses »
Apr 012013
Return to Saigon ... from the U.S.A.

Joe & Hai visit the USA Hai and I are back in Saigon.  Our 6-week visit to America – Hai’s first – was amazing! Before we start sharing our latest Eating Saigon! food adventures, we thought we’d share some of our favorite moments traveling, and of course, eating our way, across California and Nevada, USA. [Read on ...]

 April 1, 2013  Posted by at 11:49 am Uncategorized No Responses »
Aug 282012
4,100 Saigon street food meals "At Risk"

4,100 Saigon street food meals “At Risk” I’ll try to keep this diversion from talking about Saigon street food brief.  I want to get back to actually eating Saigon street food and reporting back to you about those eating adventures. But with 4,100 of my future Saigon street food meals potentially threatened, I could not [Read on ...]

 August 28, 2012  Posted by at 6:22 pm Economy, Uncategorized, Vietnam - Did You Know? Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
Jul 232012
Opinions divided in Vietnam on lowering of women's marriage age

    Opinions divided in Vietnam on lowering of women’s marriage age  Last Updated: Tuesday, July 10, 2012 Vietnamese experts are divided over the Ministry of Justice’s proposal to change the legal marriageable age for women, with critics saying the ministry has yet to study the issue carefully. A report on VnExpress Tuesday said the ministry [Read on ...]

 July 23, 2012  Posted by at 12:13 pm Culture, Uncategorized, Vietnam - Did You Know? Tagged with: , ,  1 Response »
Mar 102012
Tuberculosis infections pose serious threat in Vietnam

  Last Updated: Saturday, March 10, 2012 05:10:00 Two of every five Vietnamese citizens in recent survey were found infected with latent tuberculosis that could emerge into the disease once the immune system becomes weak, according to Vietnam’s National Tuberculosis Program. Dinh Ngoc Sy, the program’s chairman and director of the Hanoi-based National Lung Diseases [Read on ...]

 March 10, 2012  Posted by at 4:31 pm Culture, Environment & Health, Government, Uncategorized No Responses »

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