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  • Tuscan treats

    Tuscan treats

    Escaping from the terrible midday heat in HCMC and foregoing the usual office lunch, we entered the cool atmosphere of Namo Tuscan Grill.

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  • Master of the art

    Master of the art

    Nguyen Gia Tri’s lacquer work remains known as the best to be found.

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  • Brilliant brews

    Brilliant brews

    Craft beer has taken hold of Vietnam and slow starter Hanoi is finally catching up.

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  • Meeting demand for luxury living

    Meeting demand for luxury living

    With designs in harmony with nature, it is expected to become the most unique architectural location in the area...

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  • Bags as needed

    Bags as needed

    Meraki Sài Gòn has introduced a new product line of bags that are big, soft and light and suitable for everyone.

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  • Somerset Ho Chi Minh City becomes highest BCA-rated property in Vietnam

    Somerset Ho Chi Minh City becomes highest BCA-rated property in Vietnam

    Somerset Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam achieved the GM GoldPLUS award by BCA Universal Design Mark Awards, making it the highest BCA-rated property in Vietnam and in CapitaLand’s portfolio in Vietnam.

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  • A tale of three cities

    A tale of three cities

    Hanoi, Danang and HCMC are all quite different in their own way.

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  • Between Fragmentation and Wholeness

    Between Fragmentation and Wholeness

    ‘Between Fragmentation and Wholeness’ is the title of a solo exhibition by Truong Cong Tung. The exhibition refers to ‘The Wholeness and the Implicate Order’ (1980), a book authored by David Bohm, a distinguished physicist in the field of quantum theory. ‘Between Fragmentation and Wholeness’ invites viewers to enter Truong Cong Tung’s multidimensional reality through three main axes in the gallery space: vertically - with the ruptures in urban planning and propagated doctrine, horizontally - with mystical human-altered landscapes in agrarian territories, and diagonally - with a mirage of blazing images extracted from the virtual domain. The bodies of works appear in various mediums from collaged sculptures of natural and manmade objects to video installations and layered drawings in light boxes.

    There will also be an artist talk at the gallery on Saturday 23 June at 5pm.

  • FOR THE OFFICE

    FOR THE OFFICE

    Michelle was opened in 2014 by Michelle Nhat Nguyen, who graduated in business administration in Greenwich, UK.

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