It would be a good idea to adopt Uncle Hồ's house on stilts as a model for a 'post-corona' world, a more modest, more sustainable, more elegant and environmentally friendly future.
Artworks inspired by conflicting fragments of lives, people, and turmoil during wartime in Việt Nam are on display at an exhibition of paintings and sculptures in Malaysia.
During the war against the Americans, an Australian journalist called Wilfred Burchett used to write letters to his children in Moscow, from Việt Nam. He told them about all the wild animals he saw in the country.
Thousands of elephants, tigers, panthers and other wild animals once roamed the jungles of Việt Nam. They are now crying for help. But are we listening?
George Burchett spent his youth in the Cambodian capital, he reflects on peace and war.