Viet is the lead engineer and partner of Tofugu. Along with Koichi, he tends the turtles at WaniKani, make sure Tofugu's (the blog) is getting enough soy, and keeps Kuma in place at EtoEto.
He programs, designs, photographs, film, does anything and everything that needs to be done. Once and a while he writes topics that interests him for the Tofugu blog.
A former oil patch engineer, Viet now enjoys living the 90s in Portland, Oregon USA. Some activities he enjoys doing are road cycling, photography, travelling, trying out the new food carts and craft beers, and picking up Koichi's slack in Starcraft 2.
40 Art/Photography Published
11 Articles Published
|2017-12-28||Tofugu's Favorite Posts of 2017|
|2016-12-27||Tofugu's Favorite Posts of 2016|
|2014-04-29||Coffee In Japan: 120 Years Of Mornings|
|2014-01-30||Japanese Body Language And Gestures|
|2012-05-03||The Great Japanese Beer War|
|2012-03-01||Botaoshi: Knock Down That Pole Or Die Trying|
|2012-02-23||Japanese Superstitions That Will Fill You with FEAR!|
|2012-02-02||What It's Like to Have a Career in Japan|
|2012-01-26||Karoshi: The Japanese Are Dying to Get to Work|
|2012-01-12||Pimp My Ride, Dekotora Style|
|2011-11-18||The Burakumin: Japan’s Invisible Race|