women in the film



15 years ago, BeBe came to work on Bisfork (custom tailored) business, bringing together a handful of friendly relatives. Unsatisfied with the quality of the services and products offered by the local tailors, Mrs. Non and her colleagues aimed to make the perfect outfit for every guest in their store, and the guests who came to Bebe were able to get the perfect suit . As the word of mouth about Bebe spreads quickly and the crowd grew, the store was moved to a bigger place, and the store at 11 Hoang Dieu St. (11th Street) became today’s Bebe Shop.



As the founder and host of the most popular Vietnamese Cooking Channel on YouTube, Helen Le has helped thousands of home cooks prepare delicious Vietnamese food in the easiest, fastest, and most authentic way. Her recipes are loved by people from all over the world for their simplicity and reliability


Mai Nguyen

Ingo is a fun and educational do-it-yourself kit that enables children to experience the 500-year-old art of woodblock prints, originating from a Vietnamese village named Dong Ho. Ingo works with village artisans to provide all materials and instructions necessary for children aged 6-10 to make beautiful prints in a classroom with their teachers or at home with their parents.


Nguyen Minh Thinh

Founded in 2010 by Ms. Nguyen Minh Thinh of Hanoi and the Walter family of the town of Weiterstadt (near Frankfurt, Germany), Better Life Vietnam (BLV) is a non-profit organization that works to improve education conditions for underprivileged children and youth in Vietnam. Thinh and the Walter family realize there is a great need in these communities and share a passion to provide a brighter future for the youth of Vietnam. With the vision to help reduce the burden for the poor families of Vietnam, Better Life Vietnam has dedicated its efforts to encourage knowledge and support children in getting the education they deserve.
Better Life Vietnam now includes a growing network of individuals in Vietnam, Europe, and the United States working for the same goal: supporting lives to excel.


Nguyen Thi Thu Thuong

Thuong Thuong handmade Social enterprise, offers vocational training and creates jobs for special circumstances, such as people with disabilities.

They come from other parts of Vietnam. 

With handmade handicraft, the members have more confidence when we can earn our livings by ourselves. We produce souvenir crafts, mainly quilling paper ones with various designs, namely, pen boxes quilling, tissue boxes quilling, earringsquilling ,jewelry boxes quilling, book marks quilling, greeting cards quilling, Vietnamese landscape pictures.


Thin Su Than

Shu Tan – Founder and Director
Born in Lao Chai village, Sapa
As a child street seller she saw first-hand the problems facing her ethnic minority community
Dreamed of helping young people like herself to go to school and set up their own businesses
In 2007 she developed the concept of Sapa O’Chau with 4 Australian friends
Forbes Vietnam 30 under 30 list of 2016. Her enthusiasm & dedication has inspired people from Vietnam and around the world to help her with her mission
She led Sapa O’Chau to obtain international accreditation from World Responsible Tourism Awards 2017 (Best Community Initiative) and 2016 (SILVER) and World Tourism for Tomorrow Awards 2016 (Finalist)
Shortlisted for 2019 Women of the Future Awards – Southeast Asia Social Entrepreneur.



Hoi An’s lantern lady, Thuy, teaches you how to make your own traditional lantern. The hidden gem is the perfect space for travelers!