An old apartment building that backs onto the Chinese district in Hô Chi Minh City will soon be demolished. It was built in the 70s, occupied by the Americans during the war, and then housed the army and North administration victors. Before being rehoused or compensated, the last inhabitants of President Hotel tell their tale. And unravel the last thread of a story that merges with Vietnam’s history.
Texte : Sabrina Rouillé