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Agent Orange and The Green Machine By Rory Mackay
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In 2011, having been lovengly restored, I returned the Green Machine to it’s former glory cycling from Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), through Vietnam and China to Hong Kong. At the outset I was... More > apprehensive, but through perseverance I gained conviction. By overcoming challenges along the way, I came to realise that adventure is as much about discovering yourself as it is exploring new landscapes and cultures. Riding the Green Machine, my progress had a tangible quality. The further I rode, the more I felt a sense of purpose.< Less
The War In Nam By Cavalier
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When a U.S. soldier gets a leave during his time in Vietnam, he decides to spend it in Saigon. There he meets Kim, an amazing local girl, and Rita, an American. He ends up being fought over by both... More > girls, and their tactic is to sexually dominate the other in order to have the American stud as their own. A Big "D" production from the years of Cavalier Magazine, offered in 300 dpi PDF format. NUDITY, ADULTS ONLY.< Less
Heart's bond By Pascale d'Harmat
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At the Saigon's fall, a vietnamese family is separated. The husband is evacuated by the Americans, while his wife and child are saved by the Sister's of Saint Paul and brought to France. The mother... More > died at the arrival, giving birth to a second child. Both children are raised and adopted by a French family, until their father, finally found them. The choc of culture, vietnamese, american, french and the fight over custody wave the drama around those two boys who only want to be loved. Written in the French Southern style, this moving story will leave no one untouched.< Less
Showers In the Rain By Robert Reynolds
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A young American returns to Da Nang where he served during the Vietnam war, intending to find work. He encounters a fetching young woman and a relationship begins. Although both have hopes for... More > their being together, cultural differences and family commitments create tension as he prepares to leave for Saigon and neither wants to bring grief to the other. See Da Nang the way it was in 1970. This is a different kind of Vietnam story.< Less
Independence Palace Hochiminh City in my eyes By Mr.K
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Reunification Palace (Vietnamese: Dinh Thống Nhất) formerly known as Independence Palace (Dinh Độc Lập), built on the site of the former Norodom Palace, is a landmark in... More > Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It was designed by architect Ngô Viết Thụ and was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. It was the site of the end of the Vietnam War during the Fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975, when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed through its gates.< Less
Square Saint Roch By Isabelle Bois
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Yvonne Gallet naît au Havre dans une famille simple. Suite au décès de ses parents, elle est recueillie par ses oncle et tante. Sous l'occupation, elle a une aventure avec un... More > soldat allemand. Une petite fille naîtra, puis disparaîtra lors du grand bombardement du Havre. Yvonne quitte la ville pour Paris, puis pour Saïgon.< Less
Utopia Guide to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam (2nd Edition): Southeast Asia's Gay & Lesbian Scene Including Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City & Angkor By John Goss
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The updated and expanded 2nd Edition of the Utopia Guide to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam offers a remarkable insider's glimpse at the gay and lesbian scene in 18 cities including Hanoi, Ho... More > Chi Minh City/Saigon, Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Yangon/Rangoon, Phnom Penh, and Angkor Wat/Siem Reap. Listings include organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. Enjoy savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians, as well as gay travelers who share their experiences and discoveries in rainbow Southeast Asia.< Less
Utopia Guide to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam (2nd Edition): Southeast Asia's Gay & Lesbian Scene Including Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City & Angkor By John Goss
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The updated and expanded 2nd Edition of the Utopia Guide to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam offers a remarkable insider's glimpse at the gay and lesbian scene in 18 cities including Hanoi, Ho... More > Chi Minh City/Saigon, Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Yangon/Rangoon, Phnom Penh, and Angkor Wat/Siem Reap. Listings include organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. Enjoy savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians, as well as gay travelers who share their experiences and discoveries in rainbow Southeast Asia.< Less
Literature Companion: The Quiet American By History World
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When the book was first published, it was not very well received and there was a lot of criticism, but now that is the thing of the past. “The Quiet American” has been considered as a... More > great piece of literature. There was an article printed in TIME magazine in 2007 that provided the details of a journey which was taken by the fans of Graham Green to Saigon. They followed the paths which the characters of the novel had taken in the past. It proved to be a new way to attract tourists to Vietnam and the Vietnamese Government is very positive about it. A kind of new tourism started. Now it is said that the street vendors in Vietnam sell hundreds of copies of “The Quiet American” every week on the Rue Catinat, which was the setting of Fowler’s flat in the book.< Less
Quick Guide: The Quiet American By College Guide World
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The Quiet American is an anti-war novel by British author Graham Greene, first published in United Kingdom in 1955 and in the United States in 1956. It was adapted into films in 1958 and 2002. The... More > book draws on Greene's experiences as a war correspondent for The Times and Le Figaro in French Indochina 1951–1954. He was apparently inspired to write The Quiet American in October 1951 while driving back to Saigon from the Ben Tre province. He was accompanied by an American aid worker who lectured him about finding a “third force in Vietnam”. Greene spent three years writing the novel, which foreshadowed US involvement in Vietnam long before it became publicly known.< Less

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