Brittany Hernández

Part-time Writer, Full-time Creative

Location icon Viet Nam

As a world traveler with an eye for detail, I've taken my pen and paper on my journeys to write about some of society's most complex issues. Ranging from women's rights in Latin America to the history of Vietnam's oldest city, my writing style is both unique and multidimensional.

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Why Thao Dien is the Best of Both Worlds for Expats | Move in Saigon

Thao Dien, District 2, is often considered the 'expat haven' of Ho Chi Minh City. Hop into any taxi, and they'll likely ask if you're going to Thao Dien, or meet some other expats who will tell you they're all situated somewhere behind the Vincom MegaMall (161 Xa lo Ha Noi, Thao Dien, District 2, HCMC).

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Districts of Ho Chi Minh City - Binh Thanh District: The Convenience Hub

Living in Ho Chi Minh City means that you've got numerous options for apartments, condos, and villas. Choosing a district to live in, however, can be a bit more challenging if you don't know exactly what it is you're looking for. Living in Binh Thanh District has been a favorite among many expats who enjoy accessibility and convenience.

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The Pearl Plaza: Saigon's Gem of Luxury | Move in Saigon

Pearl Plaza's 32-stories incorporate luxury, convenience, and accessibility all into one. Conceived to feel like a literal gem, Pearl Plaza's interiors are pristine with crystals and glass décor lining the building from top to bottom, giving visitors the ultimate sense of luxury upon arrival.

Native American Women in the United States: Access to Adequate Healthcare

The United States has openly sought to 'give back' to the Native American communities what colonisers once diminished amidst the country's founding. In doing so, the federal government - over the years - has implemented a number of specialised programmes, resources, funding, and land allocations to target communities affected by the historical turmoil.