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Joey Donovan

Dalat, Vietnam: The City of Flowers & French-Vernacular Architecture?

by Joey Donovan

While investigating landscape architecture in Saigon and Vietnam’s other cities, one is inevitably led back to Dalat, a small town in Vietnam’s south central highlands. It is here that many of the perennial plants us... Read article

The Purpose of Geomancy in the Purple City of Hue, Vietnam

by Joey Donovan

In the centre of Vietnam sits a small city with immense historic significance. Here collide the defining ingredients of Vietnam’s contemporary character, those engendered by its rich and chaotic history. The romantic... Read article

Relic of the Republic: The History of Ho Chi Minh City's Reunification Palace

by Joey Donovan

On April 30th, Vietnam celebrated forty years since the end of the Vietnam War and the reunification of North and South Vietnam. It was on that date in 1975 that North Vietnam and her allies in the Liberation Army of S... Read article

Thủ Thiêm Wetland of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Become Central Business District

by Joey Donovan

How big is Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam? Any newcomer to this sprawling conurbation would be forgiven for thinking it infinite, especially if they find themselves in the labyrinthine, haphazard sprawl of its periphery. ... Read article

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