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Dutch poet Dick Gebuys: “Vietnam is second home country”

VietNamNet Bridge – A collection of poems about Vietnam, named ‘Giong Nhu Ban Vua Cham Vao’ (It just looks like you touch things now), written by Dutch poet Dick Gebuys has been published. Since 2004, poet Dick Gebuys has gone to Vietnam, where the poet expressed his love through his collection of poems.

The multiple effects of the Phan Thiet breeze

The land just above Mui Ne beach, near Phan Thiet, had been taken over by ‘resorts’. Next in proximity to the beach ran Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, then, on the far side of it, restaurants, grocery stores, coffee bars, souvenir shops, travel agencies and a few small restaurants.

Ha Noi street life an unscripted soap opera

New Zealand journalist, Dan Kirk, during his second visit to Viet Nam, said to my surprise "Ha Noi develops so quickly!". I was initially surprised to hear tourists from countries such as the UK, the US and Germany say how surprised they were to see the speed of our city's development.

Author of an entertaining take on Vietnam

'People tell me the book is funny and educational, and also filled  with warmth for the Vietnamese people, an obvious love for them and their country. I hope so. That is what I intended' - Walter Mason, the Australian author of Destination Saigon, published by Allen and Unwin, 2010. Mason is interviewed here by Di Li. 

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