Every single time I’ve flown with connections, it goes like this: You check your bag before your first flight and get it after your last. Well, yesterday it didn’t work like that. I checked one bag in Quinhon, Vietnam and it never made it to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I could tell something out-of-the-ordinary was happening with my flights when I only received one boarding pass in Quinhon, and had to go through security again in Saigon. I thought it was odd, but no one told me I would have to get my bag and recheck it before departing to Kuala Lumpur. All they gave me was a miniscule stub of paper that, of course, I lost. And apparently since I lost that paper that had the number of my bag on it, it’s highly unlikely that I will see my stuff again. Really sucks. Perhaps I should have double checked out my suitcase, but Vietnam Airlines should make it clearer to passengers that they need to recheck their bags with each connecting flight.