“Chill, a bar in Ho Chi Minh City, #Vietnam. Four decades after the victory of Communist forces, the soul of this city, which is still known locally as #Saigon, seems firmly planted in the present. Two-thirds of the Vietnamese population was born after the fall of Saigon and the reunification of Vietnam in 1975. For the young and increasingly affluent, Saigon is a city that does not want to look back, loves having fun and perhaps most of all is voraciously capitalistic. @christianbergphotography photographed the city on #nytassignment. #hcmc” By nytimes on Instagram.
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