Are Vietnamese women known for their beauty?

Vietnamese women are absolutely stunning! Typical Vietnamese features are small face, small nose, larger eyes. The eyes are a huge giveaway. Skin color tends to range from pale to tanned skin. Majority of Vietnamese people, in general, are actually pale/light-skinned though. Very, very few have had cosmetic surgery

Is Vietnamese cuisine overrated?

Specifically, Pho is often overrated.I mean, it's great, but it's not that amazing. Pho is what I used to eat when I was sick, and wanted to spend like $4 on good broth with stuff that I wouldn't throw up. I also enjoy Pho. It's nice. I don't understand why it became trendy, but I actually don't understand

Does Vietnam have the best food in the world?

First things first... I love Vietnamese food.It is one of my favorite cuisines. I have traveled there a dozen times and have never had a bad meal. (Especially in Hanoi... love the food there)It is a fantastic combination of influences and can be very sophisticated.Is it best, though?How

Should I be ashamed of being Vietnamese?

No, I've been living in Vietnam for over a year and it's an amazing country with a rich history and talented people. It's an accident of history that Vietnam is not a rich country right now. You know that right now Vietnam

Why can't Ensure be sold in Vietnam or Mexico?

When my grandmother was nearing the end of her fight with cancer, I remember my mother buying Ensure Gold - the very best (or very best advertised) milk/supplement for grandma. That was fifteen years ago, in a much less open Vietnam.Nowadays, bottles of Ensure in ready-to-drink liquid form are sold

How hard was basic training back in WWII and Vietnam?

How hard was basic training back in WWII and Vietnam?I can only speak for U.S. Army basic training taken during the Vietnam War.I attended Army Basic Combat Training at Ft. Dix, N.J from 1 Jun 71 to 6 Aug 71. I was already physically fit

In a battle between the Gurkhas and the North Vietnamese Army (NVA), who would win?

Let's me check some historical materials...Oh, wait, there's something interesting: the Gurkhas also participated in the First Indochina War (1945–1954) and set their foots on the soil of Vietnam, at the very first phase!From September 1945 to March 1946, around 20,000 British/ Indian/ Nepalese troops from British Commonwealth Forces were sent to Southern Vietnam (Cochinchina) to disarm the