It is a given that towards the Christmas season, it doesn’t really get cool in Saigon. The cold season usually starts end of January and heightens during Tet. That’s why am thankful that from where I live, there are lots of trees around. Except that it is so unusual that Phu My Hung has been on the excessive trimming of trees!

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I’m sorry. But I don’t just get it. WHY NOW?

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I mean yeah, they grow back but do you really have cut off everything and just leave the branches?

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A couple of months ago, I could understand the reason because it was sorta the rainy season and we’ve had a number of experiences with trees falling due to the heavy rains and wind. But seriously, it’s summery during Christmas, so WHY NOW?

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I think it’s just too much! See these trees? That has taken like a couple of months to grow back! And tell me, how could establishments who want to put up lights for Christmas do so? It really looks so ugly!

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And these workers? They’ve been working their butt off for over a month now fixing the sidewalks and yes, no shade at all. I feel for these guys!

And all I want to know is WHY?!? And also, have you heard of the word, TRIM?

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