“Are you eating? Why you wear that? Do you want something to eat? Why you drive so fast?”
The elementary schooler was sent home with a note from the principal that the haircut was a “distraction.”
“I feel weird about doing this.”
Can these people taste which countries their chocolates come from?
…And only a few of them spit it back out!
Coffee drinks you’ll love a latte.
A big bowl of cozy.
Photographer Gianpaolo Arena represents daily life in Vietnam with a sensitive and sincere eye.
Sandwiches, the international language. This is the glutenous maximus workout.
It’s a finger lickin’ good world.
Esther Honig’s single self-portrait became a mosaic of “the perfect woman” as seen in vastly different cultures.
Duck embryos, chicken feet, and live octopus. Watch Americans try these amazing Asian delicacies for the first time.
From Thailand to Tokyo… there’s something for everyone.
Or just to get an awesome picture of yourself taken to make all of your friends jealous. Pack your bags and say cheese!
Where should your taste buds actually live?
You might never want to come back home. Based on this post.
The New York Times first posted this video of two men who had been together since the Vietnam War, adopted a baby, became grandfathers, and finally got married.
This trend in L.A. restaurant names is getting Hannoi-ing.
At least 13 people were killed and 81 injured according to the Voice of Vietnam.
In many countries, the right to tweet is not inalienable, as outright bans, internet censorship, and media laws restrict what is legally fit to post.
Marriages around the region show that the desire to wed is not just a part of the Western LGBT rights struggle.
Guaranteed to make you smile!
Getting out of Vietnam vs. getting involved in Syria.
The systematic killing and aborting of female babies is rising all across Asia.
Few political figures in recent memory leave as conflicted a legacy as Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, whose stellar, frustrating political career ends Wednesday. But documents from his time at Yale University show how his beliefs and record reflect the influence of his closest mentors, liberal and conservative.
George McGovern has passed away at age 90. The former senator was earnestly devoted to liberal ideals for his entire life, even after he lost the 1972 presidential race to Richard Nixon.
It’s for Vim toilet cleaner, via Vietnam.
When this bus in Hanoi didn’t stop at a police checkpoint, Lieutenant Nguyen Manh Phan went for an unexpected ride.
Tech sites fear it and Americans know nothing about it. Tinhte.vn gets new gadgets before anyone, and they can’t be stopped.