(Our taxi driver got pulled over by the traffic police officer) (Police outside MGM to enforce the Social Moral laws in Saigon) Related posts: No related posts.
Monthly Archives: April 2007
Saigon Superbowl is definitely much nicer than than the bowling alleys at Diamond Plaza and Parkson. I bowled a 122 but would have scored higher if a certain friend had not psyched me out at the end 🙂 (Nice bowling alleys at Saigon Superbowl) Related posts: No related posts.
Well, for most of us, today was the first day of our 6 day long holiday. Today is Hung Kung’s Day, the first time such a holiday was celebrated officially in Vietnam. Tomorrow is a working day for some companies but many decided to let their employees enjoy a long holiday. Monday is Reunification Day, […]
Nice thing about using WordPress is that as a blogging application, it validates easily as XHTML and CSS. When I add new modules, edit the footer, sidebar or header templates, I always make sure that I CORRECT the XHMTL so that it validates XHTML 1.0 Transitional. Normally this just means replacing a & with & […]
Since Tet, I have been quite busy with my volunteer work in regards to the Amerasian Foundation, a nonprofit organization I formed in the US before leaving for Vietnam. I formed the Amerasian Foundation to to help develop an “Amerasian Voice” in the US and Asia. Since forming the Amerasian Foundation in 2003, I have […]