For all it’s been through, can Ho Chi Minh City survive the determined drive to transform it into “little Singapore”?
Recordings of pre-’75 Saigon music – long lost and once banned – have found a hot market among collectors and overseas Vietnamese.
Fifty years ago, these soldiers launched the most audacious military campaigns of the Vietnam War.
Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War reminds us why America can’t make an honest film about the war it lost.
When environmental regulations prevented Formosa from building its steel plant in Taiwan, it turned to Vietnam.
Ocean Vuong’s poetry describes a world of memory and desire, scarred by violence.
The former pop artist has recast herself as a protest singer with political aspirations.
As mainstream publishers continue to ignore them, Vietnam’s young writers are going online.
Readers respond to our review of Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s The Vietnam War
Vietnam as seen from above and below.