This is one of the better climate change movies online now. The 11th Hour gives an independent perspective on global warming and the causes. Cross-posted from: Expat Pragmatist … [Read more...] about The 11th Hour (Video)
Archives for April 2009
Chris Harvey, otherwise known as charvey in the Saigon Expat blogging world, posted a new clip of the day morning ritual at VietnamWorks known as the "chicken dance." It is quite interesting to watch and a great inspiration for those Western Expat managers needing a way to boost the moral of their Vietnamese staff. … [Read more...] about The famous VietnamWorks “Chicken Dance”
Why the strange the blog title? Just read this article in Thanh Nien Daily News and you will understand why: Men should hold onto dongs, due to recent slashes Doctors are reporting an increase in the number of men being rushed to hospital after their sexual organs have been cut off by jealous wives or girlfriends. The good news for the castrated men is that the amputated … [Read more...] about Vietnamese Ladies are the nicest in the World!!!
Very impressive video by a Swedish Expat residing in Thailand. Vivian posted a video responding to the insults by Western Expats in regards to the Thai King. Her best advise, "I think you should go back to study something about other cultures before you post anymore of those stupid videos." Makes you think about the Expat community in Vietnam, doesn't it? Below are some … [Read more...] about An Expat that respects Thai Culture
Just read this piece from Chao-Vietnam: Getting that ever elusive visa to the US, regardless of visa type, can be daunting at best. I have seen friends, students, and clients get turned down by the US Consulate, some repeatedly. Looking at the forms given to them by the US Consulate, most were not given a visa since they were unable to prove they would return to Vietnam. … [Read more...] about Visa Rules Widen The Rift Between Vietnam And U.S. Families