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Mar 22, 2017
Dear Douglas,   Today is Valentine’s Day and I am feeling miserable. My love life is a
Mar 17, 2017
One of the most devastating experiences a physician faces is to see a patient with a condition
Mar 13, 2017
Last month I discussed curtain-wall buildings and their effect on the image of the city, and how
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Truong Bookworm

Truong Bookworm

Truong comes from a family of fisher folk and has been the owner manager of the Bookworm since 2006. Apart from being a book-o-phile he loves to explore Vietnam by bicycle and motorbike. His latest travel passion is tracing the contours of the Vietnamese coastline on foot. He’s also a sustainability fan and has a green home with a rooftop garden near the Duong River.

Monday, 27 February 2017 07:31

History Through Irish Eyes

Robert McCrum, critic for the Observer, wrote of Sebastian Barry’s latest novel: “Some novels sing from the first line, with every word carrying the score to a searing climax, and Days Without End is such a book.”

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 08:10

Man’s Best Friend

This month Bookworm’s Truong looks at books that focus on dogs

Tuesday, 16 February 2016 05:01

In Search of Perfection and Family

This month Bookworm’s Truong looks at work that focuses on the family and family relationships

Friday, 08 January 2016 06:41

Allied to Feminism

Recently I read some interesting online discussions about being male and claiming feminist credentials. After a lot of argy-bargying between feminist philosophers and theorists, Professor Benjamin Jones from the University of Western Sydney helped my masculine dilemma with some salient advice.

Monday, 21 December 2015 07:48

Jingle Bells and Books

Because it’s that time of the year when a lot of minds become gift-focused, we’d like to present a few items from the print trade that may hit the mark.

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