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Hanoi rail viaduct decorated with colourful paintings

The railway viaduct spans on Phung Hung Street have been turned into canvas for an art project by Hoan Kiem People's Committee, UN-Habitat and the Korea Foundation.

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Hanoi lotus tea promotion centre proposed

Hanoi’s Tay Ho District authorities have approved a project to build a lotus tea promotional centre.

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Hanoi's Old Quarter before the Mid-autumn Festival

Streets in Hanoi’s Old Quarter are full of colours as the Mid-autumn Festival nears.

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Hanoi to transform railway arches into hipster art space next year

Hanoi will begin a USD4.54 million project to re-open railway arches running up to Long Bien Bridge from early next year.

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Hanoi to pedestrianise West Lake street

Hanoi's authorities will pedestrianise another street soon in Tay Ho District.

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Hanoi to re-open railway arches

Railway arches in Hanoi running up to Long Bien Bridge that were sealed with concrete for more than a decade will be re-opened.

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Hanoi’s unique gemstone market

Hanoi has a very special market which opens only once a week and specialises in selling different kinds of gemstones.

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The works of Japanese Katazome artist Toba Mika are on display at the Museum of Cham Sculpture in the central city of Danang, featuring Vietnamese landscapes.

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A fashion show of Vietnamese traditional long dresses or Ao Dai created by veteran Vietnamese designer Minh Hanh was held at the United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland.

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An exhibition about Vietnam’s beauty is being held in HCM City, displaying around 100 photos taken by flycam.

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An outdoor photo exhibition recently held on pedestrian streets near Hoan Kiem Lake features the life of the capital many years ago.

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Young photographer Nguyen Hoang Phi’s photos about sunrise at Long Hai fishing port in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau capture the everyday activities of fishing communities.

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Yen Son Fish Market has become much busier in the run-up to Kitchen Gods’ Day on January 20.

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