Tired of being ‘fetishized and invisible,’ Asian artists are changing the narrative

Published 24th May 2022 CNN Credit: Courtesy of Chelsea Ryoko Wong, Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, and Jeffrey Deitch, New York Tired of being ‘fetishized and invisible,’ Asian artists are changing the narrative SHARE Written byAnn Binlot, CNN In much of Western art, Asian women have often appeared as one-dimensional characters — sometimes seen as meek and […]

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Exploring Saigon like a Saigonese

Thursday, October 29, 2020, 11:04 GMT+7 Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, is Vietnam’s largest city and known as the country’s economic and financial hub. Though many visit the city to check out modern life in the metropolis, they often forget about its role as a hub of culture and scientific development.  As a […]

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Unique hues of rural Vietnam

By Huynh Phuong   August 17, 2020 | 09:41 pm GMT+7 Lensman Cao Ky Nhan has long nurtured an admiration for Vietnam’s idyllic countryside, visiting rice fields, witnessing buffaloes enjoy a dip in rivers or learning more about fishing. At the start of October, rice fields lining Quay Son River in Trung Khanh District, northern Cao Bang […]

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Blooming mulberry season in Hanoi

vietnamnet 15/04/2019   15:26 GMT+7 The last days of March and early April is the busy period for local farmers in the mudflat areas along the Red and Day Rivers, as the mulberry harvest season begins. In Hiep Thuan commune, Hanoi’s Phuc Tho district, in recent years, local people have transformed their crops from corn and […]

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Poetic Hanoi with yellow-leaves-streets

Nhandan Friday, 2019-02-15 12:54:44 In the early days of spring, it is the season of leaves changing.  Font Size:     |   NDO – In the early days of spring, Hanoi features a romantic beauty, when the yellow and red colours of the leaves are dyed brilliantly in a familiar corner. The rows of Bang lang (Giant Crape-myrtle) tree, Loc vung (Barringtonia acutangula) […]

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Discovering Pu Luong Natural Reserve

Last update 08:50 | 02/02/2014 vietnamnet Located in the two districts of Quan Hoa and Ba Thuoc in Thanh Hoa Province, Pu Luong Natural Reserve has preserved a primitive landscape and plentiful and diversified flora and fauna. With the above natural values, it has now become a fascinating destination for those who love to discover […]

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