Nick Ross

Nick Ross

Chief editor and co-founder of Word Vietnam, Nick Ross was born in the humble city of London before moving to the less humble climes of Vietnam. His wanderings have taken him to definitely not enough corners of the globe, but being a constant optimist, he still has hopes.

Monday, 08 August 2016 04:40

Trinh Lai

Photo by Bao Zoan

It’s a Friday night in Qui, Trinh Lai’s latest creation, and the place is pumping. In the ground-floor lounge bar and top-end yet casual restaurant located on the premises that once housed Sin Lounge, the clientele is a mix of young 20- and 30-something Vietnamese, internationally minded foreigners not stuck on their beer, and people who like the nightclub-esque atmosphere of a club in the environs of a beautifully crafted bar.

Monday, 18 July 2016 06:35

The Forgotten City

Photo by Nick Ross

For reasons beyond their control, some metropolises don’t survive. One such place is Pripyat in northern Ukraine. Founded in 1970 and dubbed the model Soviet city, in 1986 it was abandoned. Words and photos by Nick Ross

Monday, 04 July 2016 06:05


Photo by Nick Ross

Two years after the war, Nick Ross visits one of the most important cities in Eastern Europe and leaves suitably impressed

Friday, 01 July 2016 04:15

Hu Tieu Nam Vang

Photo by Sian Kavanagh

Even street food goes in and out of fashion. Words by Nick Ross. Photos by Siân Kavanagh

Thursday, 30 June 2016 07:45

Clean and Green

Photo by Julie Vola

Finally there is a media focus on the environment

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