I often get asked what’s Christmas like in East or Southeast Asia. On this Christmas morning in Ho Chi Minh City I woke up to the din of traffic noise, sellers with loud megaphones blasting out messages of coconuts and brooms for sale, and the loud banging of construction. So Christmas is just another day here but of course it’s not surprising with Christmas not being a national holiday a only maybe a grade above how Halloween is celebrated. A brief talk on Christmas in this part of the world and a look back at my last trip to Northern Thailand in 2016 visiting Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.
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