Monthly Archives: December 2010

Chuc Mung Giang Sinh!

Hello Saigon! will be saying Hello Manila! on December 26. See you Saigon on January! Have a meaningful Christmas everyone and may we all be enormously blessed in the coming new year! Happy holidays!

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Christmas in Saigon

Father Lito is right.  I don’t think we can hack it if we attend Mass at the Notre Dame Cathedral on Christmas Day. When we went last night to see what’s happening in Saigon during Christmas, we saw utter and … Continue reading

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HSBC the Snowman

A few days ago this was how the front of HSBC looked in District 1. I was very excited to bring my son in one of the evenings leading to Christmas  so he can have his picture taken. For days, … Continue reading

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Santa Claus Sighting

Santa Claus is early this Christmas as we saw him hanging out with shoppers at Zen Plaza in Nguyen Trai St. in District 1. No, you can’t sit on his knee and tell him what you want for Christmas BUT … Continue reading

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Garden Court Shops Open!

Finally, shops have opened in the Garden Court area.  And just in time too for Christmas. 🙂 It was a surprise seeing this area has come alive, not only because of the ongoing Christmas festivities, but because the empty stalls … Continue reading

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UMA!

UMA opened it’s first shop along Nguyen Van Linh St. in Phu My Hung a few months ago and I’ve got to admit that it’s an instant favorite among us moms. What can I say?  It’s a homemaker’s dream shop. … Continue reading

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Christmas at the Canal District

Tonight we visited the Canal District in Phu My Hung (Garden Plaza and Garden Court area).  It was as if Santa’s elves worked overtime to create a holiday village.  Reindeers, snowman, Christmas trees, and Santa on his sleigh are sights … Continue reading

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