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An intent to get instants that will never happen has kept Victor Morante longer than intended in Vietnam.
People, especially in northern Vietnam, believe that a bath using coriander leaves removes misfortunates of the past.
To paraphrase a popular saying, you cannot throw a stone at Vietnamese culture without hitting a pig.
A charity set up by volunteers enables kids, whose lives have been thrown into turmoil, to continue going to school.
Both residents and visitors in Hanoi have chances aplenty to make this Lunar New Year one to remember.
The conical hat market of Chuong village has retained its soul for 300 years but opens only a few times a month due to a lack of steady demand.
Hundreds of boats from the Mekong Delta transform Saigon rivers and canals into floating gardens at this time of the year.
Blind since childhood, Do Thuy Ha knows two foreign languages, went by herself to Japan to study and can breeze through household work.
Some inmates of a leprosy center suffer an added dimension to their disease – chronic loneliness – and it intensifies during Tet.
Ba Be Lake
Ho Chi Minh City