Saturday, December 14, 2019

Hanoi

36 streets of Hanoi

36 streets of Hanoi

Strolling through the old quarter or “36 streets” of Hanoi one can perceive the beauty as well as typical feature of these streets which should be preserved by not only the authorities but also the

Hung Ky pagoda is a unique heritage of Hanoi

Hung Ky pagoda is a unique heritage of Hanoi

For decades, the two iron doors at the front of Hung Ky pagoda on Hanoi’s Minh Khai street have been wrapped in chains. All around the growing urban jungle has encroached on the site. There are

Vietnam’s oldest pagoda

Vietnam’s oldest pagoda

Thanh Dat visits Chun Dau, where Buddhism first flowered in Vietnam after being visited by indian monks over 2,000 years ago At the gate of Chua Dau, Vietnam’s old-est pagoda, in Bac Ninh

Hanoi Old Quater

Hanoi Old Quater

Hanoi Old Quater is a special thing of Hanoi. We have all seen the trucks full of sand parked out on the main road and the labourers wheeling the barrovvs one by one down the tiny lane. it

Hanoi…J’taime!

Hanoi…J’taime!

The French photo-journal-ist Nicolas Cornet’s retro-spective at L’Espace fea-tures 30 photos from his latest book titled simply, Hanoi. The book spans 25 years orc the photo-journalist’s Work in the

A host of golden…radish flowers in Hanoi

A host of golden…radish flowers in Hanoi

From late November until February every year, hoa cai (radish flowers) start to bloom in Gia Lam district and along the banks of the Duong river in Bac Ninh province. As everyone else wraps up or

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