Co-written with Nga Vu – Second year candidate for Master of Science in Energy System Engineering program at University of Michigan. Roughly 40,000 Vietnamese citizens married foreigners, including overseas Vietnamese or Viet Kieu, between 2005-2008 according to the statistics provided … Continued
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This article is submitted by guest writer: Nga Vu – Second year candidate for Master of Science in Energy System Engineering program at University of Michigan. It is in no means to promote or condemn the religion and/or teachings of … Continued
By guest writer: Nga Vu – Second year candidate for Master of Science in Energy System Engineering program at University of Michigan. ***** The title of this article means “Please have a cigarette!” but it is directing to the male … Continued
This travel guide will prepare for the worst scenarios when you travel to Vietnam. Whether it is being tricked by the taxi drive or falling into a deadly trap, you need to be cautious at every situation.
When you ask someone to name a Vietnamese dish with noodle, he or she will automatically say “Pho”. Well, not too bad, but here comes the sad truth. Even though “Pho” is the signature food of Vietnamese cuisine, when it … Continued
This article was submitted by guest author “Nha Toi” in Vietnamese. The English translation is provided by Vinh Dang. —- Last time, we’ve talked about different methods of transportation in Vietnam. One of the many ways to travel throughout Vietnam, … Continued
Yesterday, OneVietnam Network asked our fans about their opinions regarding Vietnamese women. We received a lot of positive answers as well as a few negative ones. However, some fans have pointed it out that such a question was rather silly. … Continued
Admit it! Vietnam is the most beautiful country in the world where all the fun begins but never ends! As you stroll down the crowded streets in Saigon at night or just simply visit the peaceful villages in the rural areas, you … Continued
We all know Vietnamese coffee is the “bestest”, but where and how people enjoy it is another whole different story.
More than 100 bridges have been built by a group of Viet Kieu (Vietnamese people living oversea) to serve the poor people living in rural areas of Vietnam. Since 2004, this group has been consistently planning and funding the building … Continued