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Da 5 Bloods (Trailer)

Da 5 Bloods (Trailer)

This Spike Lee Joint follows the story of four African-American veterans who return to Vietnam decades after the war to search for both the remains of their fallen squad leader, and a mountain of buried treasure. Stars Delroy Lindo, Clarke Peters, Norm Lewis, Isiah Whitlock, Jr., and Chadwick Boseman. Drops 6.12.20 on Netflix.

Corona Playing Cards

Corona Playing Cards

Designed by Khanh for BombMagic, these cards have a gorgeous design, inspired the objects and patterns found in ancient Lạc Việt culture. The backs feature an intricate geometric pattern with hieroglyphs, while the court cards display Vietnamese faces, and the suits and numbers are uniquely stylized. More pics on Kardify.

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Super Saiyan Sculpting

Super Saiyan Sculpting

An artist from Nghệ Nhân Âu Lạc Woodart Vietnam goes Super Saiyan on a block of wood, carving an impressive sculpture of Dragon Ball’s spiky-haired protagonist Goku. His weapons of choice? A chainsaw, an angle grinder, chisels, and a Dremel rotary tool.

Saigon Hyperlapse

Saigon Hyperlapse

Using a DJI Osmo camera, time-lapse, and pumped up colors, Rufus Blackwell captured this enthralling look at Ho Chi Minh City (aka Saigon) that will make you want drop what you’re doing and visit the Vietnamese city. More on how he shot it at Fstoppers.

Container Ship Time-Lapse

Container Ship Time-Lapse

This incredible 4K time-lapse by Toby Smith was taken aboard the Gunhilde Maersk, a large container ship, as it makes its way from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to Ningbo, China. The visual spectacle that plays out before us more than makes up for the lack of sound.

Inside Hang Son Doong

Inside Hang Son Doong

Photographer Ryan Deboodt flew his drone into the belly of Vietnam’s Hang Son Doong, the world’s largest known cave, capturing spectacular footage of the lush which looks like it belongs on Pandora. See more photos from his journey here.

Dragon Bridge

Dragon Bridge

This incredible bridge in the city of Da Nang, Vietnam is shaped in the form of a massive 1860+ foot-long dragon. And yes, it actually breathes fire. Why don’t we get bridges like this here in the States?

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