Topics :: Vietnam
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Friday Mar 15, 2013
A Southern California city is reviewing its rules after a gay Vietnamese-American group was excluded from February’s annual Tet Parade in Little Saigon.
Monday Nov 12, 2012
Bon Me, known around Boston for their blue and yellow food trucks, have secured the space for their first brick and mortar restaurant at One Kendall Square in Cambridge.
By Margie Mason | Monday Jul 30, 2012
Vietnam’s Communist government is now considering whether to allow same-sex couples to marry or legally register and receive rights - positioning the country to be the first in Asia to do so.
Wednesday Mar 7, 2012
The Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, a celebrated landmark for Vietnamese couples, is opening its doors to newlyweds from all over the globe with two new packages showcasing the 110-year-old hotel’s blend of French savor faire and Vietnamese tradition.
Wednesday Apr 6, 2011
Every now and then, a hotel goes beyond making up rooms, and goes on to make history. Pieces of Vietnam’s past are showcased for the first time in an updated edition of Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, a book chronicling the Metropole’s 110-year history.
Monday Apr 4, 2011
Life Resorts, a Dutch-owned boutique resort group, christened its first vessels of a 22-boat fleet for its new Life Resorts cruise on Ha Long Bay in Vietnam.
Monday Jan 31, 2011
Just one month after news hit the headlines that explorers had discovered the world’s largest cave in north-central Vietnam, plans started falling into place for what might be the world’s most exquisite caving experience.
Monday Jan 17, 2011
Halong Bay and its seascape of limestone karsts is usually experienced passively, from the top deck of a vessel, gin and tonic in hand. But there’ll be no excuse for indolence this month when Emeraude Classic Cruises debuts an island adventure itinerary.
By Megan Smith | Tuesday Jun 2, 2009
Nowhere is Vietnam’s status as an emerging luxury destination more evident than in a remote corner of Ke Ga Bay. Near the resort town of Mui Ne, Ke Ga Bay is a more secluded stretch of Southeast Asian sand that made history this spring when it became home to Vietnam’s first ever privately owned luxury resort - Princess d’Annam.
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