A Vietnamese feature film about a love that stays alive through centuries will be released in American cinemas this December. "Nhan Duyen: Nguoi Yeu Tien Kiep", unofficially translated as "Predestined: Lover From A Past Life" is directed by Luk Van. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese film with romantic spirit to premiere in the U.S.
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Oblu by Atmosphere at Helengeli If you like snorkelling – Oblu by Atmosphere at Helengeli is one of the best places to stay. They have a fantastic house reef just metres from the shore, where you’ll see all manner of fish, turtles, sharks, eels, and stingrays close to the surface. The resort is 4* – meaning it’s a bit more affordable than some of the other options on this list – but we love the vibe. Rooms are bright and comfortable (with huge outdoor bathrooms so you can shower under the stars). Helen’s pool bar is open till late, on the sunset side of the island with live bands and DJs most nights. On the other side of the island, there’s also a peaceful adults-only pool and speciality barefoot restaurant on the beach. … [Read more...] about 10 of the most beautiful Maldives resorts to dream about
"If we get rid of the curfew, life in Hanoi will be so much more dynamic," Quynh said. She’s not wary of feeling sleep deprived at work the following day if she goes out the night before, because she "would go out and have lots of fun, come home and go straight to sleep, not clinging to my phone, which helps me rejuvenate much better." … [Read more...] about Don’t stop the clock at midnight, nightlife seekers tell Hanoi
It’s amazing what the human body can do when the mind is strong. Yesterday I watched the film, “American Sniper,” which documents the life of one of the most effective Navy Seal snipers in the history of America, Chris Kyle. He was awarded numerous unit and personal awards, including the Silver Star. … [Read more...] about Ramona’s Trainer: The body-mind connection
But I have to go now. I am overflowing with Bloody Mary mix, and my fingers are turning into brats. My hands are sore from all the hearty handshakes. If I stay much longer, I’ll readopt that broad Midwestern patois, as flat as the surrounding farmland. … [Read more...] about The Middle Ages: A homecoming 45 years in the making