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Tu Van Cong

I'm a Vietnamese guy from Nha Trang, in the centre of Viet Nam, currently living in Hanoi. I started blogging in February this year with an idea to write about the reality of life in a rapidly changing Viet Nam. I started falling in love with writing and I doubted my ability to write well enough in English. Thank god my friend and housemate, Mark from Stickyrice, is so helpful in checking my grammar. I blog at Vietnamesegod.

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Latest posts by Tu Van Cong

11 April 2006

Traffic In Viet Nam

The traffic can be a nightmare for visitors to Viet Nam for the first time. Believe it or not, there are transport rules but people don't seem really interested in...

30 January 2006

Tet in Viet Nam

8 December 2005

Southeast Asian Games!

Southeast Asian Games closing ceremonies’ photo by Jove Francisco. The 23rd South East Asian Games, which recently concluded in Manila this week, were known as the South East Asian Peninsular...

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