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Anam Resort in Vietnam Strengthens F&B Team with Three Appointments

The Anam, on Vietnam’s Cam Ranh peninsula, has
appointed Mr. Ye Chang Sheng, Mr. Wayne Cameron and Ms. Vu Thi
Huong Giang as Executive Chef, Executive Sous Chef and Director of
F&B respectively.

After receiving two diplomas in international
hotel management and professional cooking,
Ye Chang Sheng
, a Chinese
national, embarked on his career a decade ago as a chef de partie
with Radisson Blu in Sandton Johannesburg, South Africa. He
quickly rose up the ranks in a career that has seen him heat up
the frying pan for some of the world’s most acclaimed luxury hotel
brands including InterContinental and Hilton in South Africa and
Seychelles. Sheng helmed the
kitchen at nearby Mia Resort Nha Trang as executive chef for two
years before joining the Anam.


Wayne Cameron (left), Ye Chang Sheng (centre) and Vu Thi Huong Giang. Click to enlarge.

From the turn of the millennium
Wayne Cameron
underwent a three-year internship in his native South Africa
before transitioning to the InterContinental and Hilton hotels
groups on his home turf and in Seychelles. He worked at the Hilton
Seychelles Northolme Resort and Spa for three years as executive
sous chef before his recruitment to the Anam.

After graduating from Nha Trang University with
a major in food processing, Ms. Vu Thi
Huong Giang
, a Vietnamese national,
started her career in 2004 as a waitress at Six Senses Ninh Van
Bay, where she steadily climbed the career ladder over a decade to
become a food and beverage manager. She has also worked for
Vinpearl Land and Mia Resort in Nha Trang.

“Sheng, Cameron and Giang are seasoned
professionals who bring rich and diversified experience to the
table,” said Anam’s General Manager, Herbert Laubichler-Pichler. “They will no doubt further
propel our aspirations to deliver an unsurpassed level of
hospitality as one of Vietnam’s top F&B destinations.”

In addition to its all-day dining restaurant The
Indochine, Vietnamese Lang Viet Restaurant and Bar overlooking
Long Beach, fine dining restaurant The Colonial and Saigon Bar
offering tapas and other specialties, the resort will open a
Sports Bar and Grill by December. Sheng said the bar and grill, situated by the
beach next to the resort’s water sports centre, would make for a
casual setting serving up top-quality steaks and gourmet German
sausages.

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