Phnom Peng diary (pt1) – Now, this city has changed!

I came to Phnom Peng in the summer day in July, the rainy season in the middle of fertile plains fertile. As the intersection of Tongle Sap river connected to… Read more

The Sorrow of War

With “The Sorrow of War”, Bao Ninh has become an Asian literary phenomenon, captivating Western critics and being compared with Erich Maria Remarque. However, regardless of the similarities between Bao… Read more

The beauty of the workers on salt pans

Vietnam is not only gorgeous by the flooded rice fields golden harvest or picture blue sea, white sand, sunshine has gone deep into the subconscious that flickers somewhere, in the… Read more