In Asia people deal with advertisement in a different way. The credo seems to be "more is more" and in this case I guess it worked. The plot of land had been sold two weeks after I took the picture.
By the way, I wrote a piece about real estate development in Saigon, if you're interested, check it out here.
Oddities in Asia
Oddities in Asia is a cluster of pages containing very short posts about odd stuff I encountered in Asia. Usually just a photo with a short description:
Candles in Hanoi | Weird hotel names | More is more sometimes
Fake zebras | Fire in the woods | Paranoid Saigon
Fake sakura | Powermetal Hong Kong | The world is a pig
There is more to come. At least 20 more images are hiding somewhere in our database and living in Asia you encounter odd stuff every time you open your eyes. Well, the same can be said about Europe I think. Just have fun!
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