Tag Archives: Hanoi

Sport in Saigon/May 2017: Hanoi ballers rejoice as Thang Long Warriors added to VBA 2.0

By Harry Hodge There they grow again! Capitalizing on the groundswell of popularity across the country during the first season of the Vietnam Basketball Association (VBA), the fledgling league has opted to expand in the national capital region as it … Continue reading

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Vietnam travel for those aged three months to six decades; what NOT to do

  By Harry Hodge It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Well, mostly it was the worst. It was our family trip to Hanoi. The kicker was this trip had so many moving parts: My … Continue reading

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Joma serves more than just java

  By Harry Hodge in Hanoi Being a proud Canadian, my eyes lit up when I saw it at Joma Bakery CafĂ© in Hanoi: A Nanaimo bar! For those unacquainted with this gem of Canadiana, it is attributed to the … Continue reading

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Teachers undertake cross-country cycling journey for charity — Saigon Times: Jan. 2014

By Harry Hodge A group of ILA teachers have figured out how to combine travel, sports and charity work into a meaningful journey. H2H is an annual charity cycle event that was founded by two expat teachers who worked at … Continue reading

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