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Video: Words of a Generation Vietnam

After centuries of social instability due to colonial occupation and war, Vietnam's younger generation (those born between 1975 and 1986) is finding its voice. But how does this group view themselves in the context of their country's development, both socially and economically?

To find out, a team of film producers led by by Amanda Mooney traveled to Vietnam to explore 4 themes as they relate to Vietnam's young professionals - play, love, work and explore.

These follow similar sets of films on similar topics that have looked at India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and China.


Words of a Generation Vietnam: Trailer from Edelman APACMEA on Vimeo.

The full set of films is available here.

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