Bui Tin (1927–2018) fought against the French, the Americans and, in the end, his Communist comrades.
An interview with the author of The Sorrow of War.
The calm before the end in French Indochina.
The poet anatomises the wounds and scars of his identity.
Hanoi before capitalism.
A bookshop in Ho Chi Minh City.
“He returns to his house / He returns to his house / ten years after the war.”
Resurrecting the architect of America’s Vietnam War.
Suppressing free speech in the social media age.
How Hanoi’s cartoonists fought angst and hardship with humour.