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Life of Expats and Retired People is Better in Vietnam

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Technology and Globalization have produced so many travel opportunities, that a lot of people are planning to move abroad. There are numerous countries to move but Vietnam is becoming the number one choice of expats and retired people for some good reasons. Mostly, expats like to move to the central hubs in Vietnam including Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to enjoy facilities available here without any restriction.

Not only the cost of living in Vietnam is lower, but the retirees can also lead a good life with their income. Since you are moving to a new place, health problems can occur at any time. Tourist, expatriates, and retirees who do volunteers work are not seen without health insurance in Vietnam. Read the article of MoveToAsia to know all about how choosing reliable insurance that covers more frequent risks, is necessary for expats in Vietnam.

The second thing which is making Vietnam number one place to live for expats and retirees is the best bank accounts. Making withdrawal with your credit card can make your banking experience nasty in another country. You will have to do calculations of transaction fees, conversion fees, and fees of your bank abroad. There are many banks in Vietnam for persons who want to stay in Vietnam a little longer. Click here to review the banks in vietnam before landing there.

Visa policies of Vietnam are desirable, which are aiding to attract a large number of expats and retirees here to live a better life. It is effortless to get a business visa of three months, six months, and 12 months. There are many agencies where you can apply for the visa, and there is no need to renew your visa every time you leave.

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Papasan Chair is now Available in the Market in Renewed, Comfortable Style

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The traditional Papasan, bought by the U.S. military men in 1970s-80s during the Vietnam War to the states as a gift for their wives, has undergone a tremendous change fitting to a more contemporary world now. Papasan, a bowl-shaped, cushioned chair having a definite 1970s feel to it, is admired by many for its quirky aesthetic though plenty are put off by its precarious-seeming nature having woken up stiff and contorted sleeping in it, in an unassuming fatal position for eight hours. The chair spells chic to some and uncomfortable for others. All said and done, reformed Papasan chairs have found place in households.

Lindsey Shook, editorial and brand director of “California Home + Design Magazine” says that she has noticed that the original Papasan shape has undergone a change and brands like Bend Goods and Baxter, are transforming it by playing more with metal finishes, cords, installing smaller pillows and changing the shape of the chair. The new Papasans are lightweight and easy to move about, having endless re-styling opportunities due to this new avatar. The cushions can be replaced and a colourful blanket can be added to the vintage change to give it a fresh face. The saucer-shaped Papasan chair have regained popularity due to its boho-chic style. The reinvented Papasan is modern, earthy while being comfortable and casual fitting to the youthful spirit at the same time.

Papasan goes by various names- the bucket chair, the saucer chair, the bowl chair, the moon chair, amongst others. Its name is a mixture of Japanese and English words though the chair was advertised by the Philippines for the first time.

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