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Best Phuong Nguyen podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Phuong Nguyen podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Passionate Vietnam (Say Mê Việt Nam) – celebrating the culture and uniqueness of Vietnam through music, stories and language.Join Lien Trinh, Tra Nguyen and Dr Tram Nguyen every Wednesday at 7.30pm as they feature special guests from Vietnam, New Zealand, and all parts of the globe
 
The Saigoneer Podcast allows listeners to take our reporting, insight and banter anywhere through in-depth discussions on Vietnamese society and culture, as well as interviews with special guests.
 
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On this special single-segment episode, we look back at the last decade in Vietnam through the lens of four societal trends: digital convenience, cyberculture, labor issues, and overtourism (1:32). The period from 2010 to 2019 brought incredible transformations to the country, and while these four subjects are by no means comprehensive, we believe …
 
Songs for SpringBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
We're closing out the year with a special mega-episode, in which we chose a few of our favorite segments from the past 12 months.We begin (:50) by sharing our nominations for Vietnam's 'national senses,' if such a thing existed. What smells, sounds, sights, tastes and textures do we think best exemplify the country? The smell of pork chops grilling…
 
On this week's show, Saigoneer Korean's editor stops by to chat about the presence of South Korean culture in Saigon (1:32). What draws so many Korean expats to the city, and what's up with the popularity of Cộng Cà Phê among this group? Then (24:08), we dig in to K-pop. What do Koreans make of its massive popularity overseas, particularly in count…
 
On this week's show, we dig deep (1:24) into the recently-concluded Southeast Asia Games. Vietnam's athletes had a stellar showing, winning the second-most medals among the competing countries, but why does football - and particularly men's football - get the vast majority of coverage and public attention? Also, what are the competition's most whim…
 
Vietnam SEA Games VictoryBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
Hit Songs of Vu Cat TuongBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's show (1:05), we begin by discussing Saigon's rapidly worsening air quality. What can individual Saigoneers do about this seemingly intractable problem, and how does it impact our daily lives?Then (18:48), we ponder whether Saigon's bubble tea 'bubble' has burst, and what the next youth-centric F&B trend might be. As always, we close …
 
Songs of Phu Quang and Hanoi WinterBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
This week, we begin (1:00) by discussing the dangers, and potential benefits, of alternative medicine. While sham treatments spread via social media can be dangerous, are we too quick to dismiss methods not used at hospitals or clinics?Then (18:33), we look at video streaming platforms in light of Netflix's recent addition of a Vietnamese-language …
 
VPop Charts NovemberBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
This week be begin ̣(1:04) by sharing our dream upgrades to the Nguyen Hue walking street in light of the recent completion of a lotus fountain on the thoroughfare. What else could be added? A communal kitchen? Ostrich races? An outdoor cinema?Then (16:23), we sit down with Peter Menchetti, organizer of this weekend's We're Loud Fest, which is brin…
 
This week, we begin (1:12) by looking at how some contemporary Vietnamese musicians, artists and architects are taking inspiration from traditional Vietnamese culture and materials for their projects, rather than from foreign countries such as Taiwan or South Korea.Then (15:36), we have our first food fight in quite some time, as we debate the meri…
 
This week, we begin (1:16) by discussing the lure of 'promised land' countries like the United Kingdom and Japan to potential Vietnamese migrants in the wake of the Essex truck tragedy. How did this image get built, and how is it perpetuated?Then (16:40), we dig into the sudden collapse of Mon Hue, the national restaurant chain, and its sister rest…
 
Songs of Lan Song XanhBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
Voice of Uyen Linh and Lan NhaBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
VPOP for OctoberBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
This week, we begin (1:32) by discussing the impact social media, and especially Instagram, can have on tourism in light of two headline-grabbing recent events: the abrupt closure of Hanoi's 'train street,' and the social media furor that erupted after pictures of an illegally-built hotel on the Ma Pi Leng Pass in Ha Giang Province appeared on Face…
 
Songs of Hanoi - October HanoiBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's episode, we begin (1:04) by discussing victim-blaming in the wake of a controversial message sent out by a local ride-hailing company. What does the reaction to this ad, and its very existence, say about current attitudes toward sexual harassment?Then (18:25), we discuss a few of our favorite up-and-coming local indie bands and the i…
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's episode, we take a look ̣(1:09) at the explosive growth of convenience stores throughout Saigon in recent years. It's hard to walk 10 feet these days without tripping over a Family Mart, VinMart or similar competitor. What does this mean for traditional corner shops? (Also why is Hanoi's convenience store game so bad?)Then (15:48), w…
 
On this week's episode, we begin ̣(1:22) with a chat about mooncakes, the traditional treats of the just-passed Mid-Autumn Festival. What do we make of new novelty varieties (Oreo mooncakes, anyone?), and where do these pastries stand in Vietnamese society in 2019?Then (21:33), we speak to Michitake Aso, associate professor at the University of Alb…
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
Nhac Hai NgoaiBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
This episode contains explicit language.On this week's show, we begin (1:22) ̣by discussing the new translation of 'The Tale of Kieu' recently released by Penguin Classics under the name 'The Song of Kieu.' Nguyen Du's original version, written in the early 19th century, is considered Vietnam's most important work of classic literature. Why did Pen…
 
August Vpop top chart. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's episode (our 60th!) we discuss (1:00) a few Vietnam-focused 'what ifs?' - for example, what if the country had never decided to use chopsticks as a dining utensil? Or what if the French had never colonized Vietnam?Then (18:21), we do our first street food update in a while, which includes bamboo rice (171 Phan Dang Luu, Phu Nhuan Dis…
 
Vu Lan Bao HieuBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's episode, we begin (1:07) by discussing how the concept and role of pets is evolving as Vietnam becomes increasingly wealthy. More people are buying expensive breeds of cats and dogs, but cities like Saigon have introduced stricter pet regulations, while many new apartment complexes don't allow pets. Then (17:15), we dive into 'Ghost …
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's episode, we begin (1:07) ̣by discussing the factors that Vietnamese students weigh when choosing a country for studying abroad.Then (14:44), we dig into recent developments in the local ride-hailing app market, from new competitors to driver strikes and more.As always, we end with Bánh Mì Banter (32:49).…
 
Poetic and musical Vietnam - Nhac VangBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
What makes a certain dish or cuisine authentic? Who determines which food and restaurants are authentic? Does authenticity even matter when it comes to food? We debate these questions and more in this single-topic episode (1:04).As always, we end with Bánh Mỉ Banter (26:03).By Saigoneer
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's episode, we celebrate the end of an era with our second nhậu roundtable special (1:08). We answered questions such as "If you launched a Vietnamese airline, what would it be called, and what uniforms would the flight attendants wear?"; "If you could open a museum in Saigon, what topic would it cover?"; and "What is the worst food ab…
 
On this week's show, we begin ̣(1:02) by discussing the explosive growth of domestic tourism in Vietnam, an industry aided by rapid economic growth and a blossoming middle class. Can tourism service providers cater to both the domestic market and the international tourism market, given the very different interests of these groups?Then (20:16), we d…
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's show, we begin (1:10) by discussing Saigon's disappearing architectural heritage. Much has been written about the city's failure to preserve its historic buildings, particularly those from the colonial era, but at times local voices have been left out of that discourse. Who should preservation serve, and is every historic building wo…
 
Vietnam Pop ChartBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's show, we begin ̣(1:06) by discussing Vietnam's new national campaign against plastic waste. Such garbage is a massive problem here, so what do we hope to see from this effort, and what sort of impact have small-scale anti-plastic movements had?Then (20:07), on a lighter note, we share what our Vietnam-related superpowers would be. Pu…
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
Summer tunes and poemsBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's episode we start (1:23) in the movie world. 'The Third Wife,' the critically acclaimed indie film festival darling directed by Ash Mayfair and filmed here, was released in Vietnam recently, but only lasted four days in cinemas before being pulled. We break down the controversy surrounding its use of a 13 year-old actress in erotic sc…
 
Vpop New Releases. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
On this week's show, we begin ̣(1:14) by discussing news that officials are considering adding nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, to the list of banned substances. Balloons filled with laughing gas have become hugely popular on the local club circuit in recent years.Then (12:47), we debate our favorite Vietnamese sauces and condiments, from green chil…
 
Top20 V-pop ChartBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio
 
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