This article originally appeared at our sister site, the Asia Digital Life Project. At the end of last month, a U.S.-government organization called the Open […]
December 4 was not a slow news day in Vietnam. The National Assembly’s “revisions” to the nation’s Constitution, which had been approved less than a […]
It’s been said a million times in a million different ways: breaking up is hard to do. The Social Media Era has made what was […]
On October 22, Vietnam was set alight by news of the attempted cover-up of a private medical patient’s death in Hanoi. The incident had all […]
Last week, a few local users of Twitter began complaining that they’d suddenly discovered they could no longer access the microblogging platform in Vietnam under […]
It’s now been two and a half months since Vietnam’s much-discussed Decree 72 went into effect, on September 1, and so far there’s been nary […]
It’s been almost six weeks since the October 4 death of General Vo Nguyen Giap in Vietnam brought the entire nation to a standstill and […]
With Vietnam’s economy wallowing in the doldrums, inflation rising like a banh mi in a brick oven, and the cost of living for ordinary working […]
Elsewhere in the Western hemisphere, August represents the tail end of summer, a winding down of the year before the slow march into winter. Here […]
Saturday, July 20 spelled death for three newborn babies in Quang Tri Province, mere hours after their birth, and just minutes after their routine Hepatitis B […]