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Die Fledermaus @ The Opera House of Ho Chi Minh City

Details Published on Friday, 21 September 2018 10:58 Written by Saigoneer. From the organizer: Operetta Conductor: Tran Nhat Minh Performing: HBSO Chamber Orchestra Admissions: 550.000 – 400.000 – 350.000 – 200.000 – 80.000VND   Sunday, 28 October 8:00pm – 10:30pm The Opera House of Ho Chi Minh City | 7 …

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Love truly makes the world go around

Love truly makes the world go around By Le Binh  &nbspSeptember 21, 2018 | 09:00 am GMT+7 Tu is 68 and possibly needs care herself, but takes care of a complete stranger in a hospital. All is out of sheer kindness, not for money. Comments (0) Latest firstHighest rated Source …

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Da Nang gains stature as a must-go destination

The Singaporean pay TV channel has included the Vietnamese city in a list of five under the radar destinations in south and southeast Asian regions. It says that in Vietnam, the spotlight is mostly trained on the country’s two biggest metropolises – Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, but Da …

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Direct flights to connect Hanoi with Shenzhen, Guangzhou

The first daily flights opened by the Chinese carrier aim to meet growing travel demand for short holidays and business trips between the three destinations.  Operating twice day, the flights will take around 2-3 hours. For the Shenzhen-Hanoi route, flights will take off at 4:20 a.m. from Hanoi and arrive …

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VJseason Posthuman @ Yoko Cafe

Details Published on Thursday, 20 September 2018 16:02 Written by Saigoneer. From the organizer: VJSeason is a series events of visual experiencing created by TheBoxCollective studio. In this, the creators and other guest artists, together, share the key aim to promote original values ​​of visual and music and play around …

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Lanterns, lanterns everywhere on a Saigon street

A Saigon street’s crowded these days with people buying and/or taking photos of colorful lanterns for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Every year, as the Mid-Autumn Festival nears, the Luong Nhu Hoc Street in District 5 turns into a lantern market, attracting a large number of people. Fish, star and butterfly lanterns …

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HCMC seminary’s incredible antique collection

The seminary was built in 1863. Since 2005 one of its buildings has been used to exhibit antiques, sculptures, religious paintings and folk arts. The building was one of the first to be built by the French in Saigon, and is still in good shape. It used to be the …

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Saigonza band live ! @ Cuba La Casa Del Mojito

Details Published on Wednesday, 19 September 2018 13:42 Written by Saigoneer. From the organizer: This Saturday we got Saigonza band , from 22.30 pm .Expect some good fun and Latin inspired sets with some good vibes. From us to you Buy 1 get 1 free (5 pm to 10 pm …

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Saigon brings an endless longing into play

Caroline Guiela Nguyen. Photo by Institut Francais Vietnam Caroline Guiela Nguyen is a strikingly good looking hapa, a person of mixed ethnic heritage, but her roots were a mystery to her as she grew up in France. Her new play, Saigon, is a poignant exploration of these roots. Born in …

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