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Jan 24, 2017

Keeping up with the Nguyens: A neighbourly Tet rivalry

Vietnamese pay TV network K+ helps you get an edge over your neighbours, or so it seems.

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It's red family versus yellow family, but alas there's no clear winner in this Tet-season war, because both sides end up installing K+ pay-TV service in their homes. 

J. Walter Thompson Vietnam seems to think that the spring festival brings out the competitive streak in all of us, and Ad Nut can't help but agree. And now, begging your pardon, Ad Nut must be off to hunt for those pretty cherry blossom twigs—before greedy rivals snatch them all up.

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