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Pacific Links Foundation: The Battle Against Human Trafficking

We’re continuing our series on NGO’s this week with Pacific Links Foundation, an organization working to end human trafficking through education and economic empowerment....
Check yourself STD

Getting Tested For STDs in Ho Chi Minh City

Sometimes you do the dirty. Sometimes you do the dirty with a lot of people. Sometimes you do the dirty with a lot of...
Ryan Neilan Photographer

The Story Of Vietnamese Hardcore Music

There’s a lot happening in the New Vietnam, so it isn’t always easy to keep up with what’s going on. We found a way...
Robert Paul Cohen Photographer

Dreams, Waves and Cubs: The Rise and Fall of the Xe...

Director Tran Anh Hung’s 1995 film Xích Lô is widely regarded as his masterpiece. It’s a seminal piece of filmmaking, presenting a lurid and picture...

Vietnamese Americans Who Aren’t Vietnamese

Vietnamese Americans are a strange bunch. The majority of the population is separated into three groups. The older baby boomer generation, a smaller Gen...
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Why Vietnam’s Global Brand Needs More English Marketing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYLAcfnY4bw Many of our readers have asked: why is Vietcetera primarily in English? There's one big reason: Vietcetera’s goal is to tell the untold stories of the...
Vietcetera Stories

The Twelve Most Popular Vietcetera Stories of 2016

We launched Vietcetera in April and only recently kicked into gear, publishing on a daily basis starting in September. What’s in store for 2017? We’ve...
Tinder in HCMC

Tinder Dates In Ho Chi Minh City

Tinder in Ho Chi Minh City as a foreigner is difficult and easy at the same time. The language barrier serves as a convenient...
The Pain coming back to Vietnam

The Pain Of Coming Back To Vietnam

Every year, Vietnam has a new influx of Vietnamese who studied abroad that come back home to Vietnam. It might be their first time...
Is Viet Kiet Vietnam's secret weapon

Are Viet Kieu’s Givers Or Takers In Vietnam’s Rise?

As a Vietnamese American who lived in Vietnam for 8 years, this is a question I’ve thought about a lot. Are the Vietnamese diaspora...