K-Dramas Resurrect Long-Buried Memories in Vietnam
By Travis Vincent
Obsessed with South Korean dramas, Vietnamese youths are oblivious to the atrocities committed by Korean soldiers during the Vietnam War. But their elders remember.
Metal Never Dies: America’s Music Legacy in Vietnam
By Soraya Kishtwari
The U.S. military brought metal to Vietnam. Its retreat forced the genre underground. But Vietnam's metalheads persist decades later.
Can Laos Clear Its Unexploded Bombs?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The start of a project highlights Vientiane's continuing struggle with the issue even as it receives foreign assistance.