Saigon Postcard No. 11: A Steaming Bowl

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When dark clouds rumble in a frequency akin to that of an empty stomach, the town transforms into a bowl of soup.

With overflowing gutters, plastic poncho-clad civilians cowering beneath awnings and sodden branches, in the course of the wet season the town becomes a surreal tackle the nation's most well-known dish. Test it out under (click on image to flip for text):


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