Photo by Julie Vola

Said to be the greenest building in Vietnam, Nick Ross and Julie Vola take a look inside Hanoi’s Green One UN House

Photo by Trung Del 

Breaking down preconceived ideas, building community and developing art is all part of the growing tattoo scene in Hanoi. Words by Noey Neumark. Photos by Trung Del

Photo by Francis Xavier 

Vu Ha Kim Vy speaks to three tattoo artists in Ho Chi Minh City to get an insight into the growth of this increasingly popular art form. Photos by Francis Xavier

Cafes that sell a lot more than just coffee are spreading through Hanoi like wildfire. One caffeine-infused option? Make your own leather goods. Words by Noey Neumark. Photos by Julie Vola

As the Hollywood studios descend on Vietnam to film their latest blockbusters, the independent moviemakers are also on site. R. Gabriel Villalobos talks to Jay Rao, the man behind a new Vietnamese short, Unforgettable

Who says Hanoi is boring? Donna Bramhall certainly doesn’t. Just to make sure, here is her guide to all those things that are making Hanoi into an increasingly creative city. Photos by Teresa Welleans

The Cider Market. Photo by Julie Vola

From craft cider through to producers ramping out the good stuff, thousands of bottles at a go, cider is finally making inroads into the Vietnamese market. Here’s the lowdown. Words by Owen Salisbury and Jesse Meadows

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