theo cậu “Tây ba-nô”(backpacking tourist /youtuber) Chris Lewis du nịch Việt Lam

Chris Lewis

Apr 30, 2022 🇻🇳 Today we are at Chợ Phiên in Bắc Hà, Lào Cai, and boy do I have a surprise for you! This market has many different ethnic groups in Vietnam selling various goods and things. While searching this market, I met a women from an ethnic group known as “Phù Lá”. As someone who is interested in languages, I asked her how to say “hello” in her native ethnic language. When she replied with “ni hao”, I must say I was caught off guard. I never knew there was an ethnic group in Vietnam that spoke Mandarin Chinese as their native language. I can’t find anything about it online. I know many people will argue and say “they speak Chinese because they’re on the border and need to do business with China”, or “Vietnam has ethnic Chinese people such as in Saigon in Chợ Lớn”, but this is completely different. Her native language is Mandarin Chinese, and she does not speak Cantonese as many of the people in Chợ Lớn in Saigon do. If you are from the Phu La ethnic group, I would love to know what language you speak in the comments below! Is this something unique to her village, or the entire group?

Jun 8, 2022 🇻🇳 It’s road trip time! I’ve been back in Hanoi resting for a few weeks, but it’s time to get back on the road. It’s been almost a year since I visited Vietnam’s third biggest city, Hai Phong. Since it’s a fairly close 100km drive, I figured why not hop on the road for a weekend trip and go back and visit. Also, it’s been raining a ton in the north, and according to the weather forecast, Hai Phong was the only city nearby Hanoi that wasn’t raining, so that may have had a bit of influence on my decision, haha. Enjoy.

Jun 2, 2022 Psst! The first 1,000 people to use the link below will get a 1 month free trial of Skillshare: https://skl.sh/chrislewis06221 🇻🇳 When you travel a lot, as I do for this Youtube channel in order to film these videos, you’re not able to own a lot of stuff. I also am not someone who particularly likes owning a lot of material things. I have only owned 3-4 outfits for the better part of the last few years, and I just wash my clothes frequently. However, now that I’m back in Vietnam, and slowing down a bit in my travels, I’ve been wanting to change things up a bit. By no means am I going to turn into Mr. Fashion 🙂 But I figured why not upgrade my wardrobe, and instead of having 3 pairs of clothes, I can have 4. Just kidding. But not really

May 25, 2022 🇻🇳 Food is the gateway to culture. Wherever you go, if you don’t try the food, you’re missing out on a big part of the country or place you’re visiting. Being here in Asia, the food is especially different from my country of the United States, and there are many foods which I may find “strange” or even “scary”. However, there is one food that even many Vietnamese people I know find scary, which is known as “tiet canh”, or basically “blood soup”. Today being my last day in Saigon, my friend Quoc (Youtube: @Kẻ Du Mục) invited me over to his house for lunch. Hope you enjoy.

May 21, 2022 🇻🇳 This time last year, @Max McFarlin and I were in Saigon, just. as we are now! And would you believe it, Max’s bike broke last year as well as this year. The combination of Max and I both being in Saigon in April must be an unlucky combination for Max’s bike or something! To add to things, the day this was filmed was Liberation Day (Ngày Giải Phóng Miền nam), a national holiday in Vietnam, and so many of the places to fix bikes were closed for the weekend. What would we do? Find out.

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