Tuesday, 26/09/2017 | 05:21:30
Sa Phin is one of the busiest ethnic minority markets in northern Ha Giang Province.
Photos featuring Vietnam in the 1980s by French reporter Michel Blanchard are being showcased at an exhibition which officially kicked off on April 8 at the French Cultural Centre L'Espace in Hanoi.
Dau Tieng Reservoir covers parts of Binh Duong, Tay Ninh and Binh Phuoc provinces. It is the biggest man-made fresh water reservoir in the country’s south with a holding capacity of 1.58 billion cubic meters.
French photographer Sebastien Laval’s work shows a different perspective on Hanoi and Hue.
The fish-worshipping festival of the central city has been recognised as one of seven National Intangible Heritage items by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Freelance photographers Viet Bac and Le Tho journeyed across Vietnam's spectacular northern border province of Ha Giang, and captured the landscape and local people in a series of striking images.
Opening: 08:00 pm, Fri 08 Apr 2016 l'Espace, 24 Trang Tien street, Hanoi
Excessive sand mining along the banks of the Hau (Back) Bassac River in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta region has caused massive soil erosion in the area, enraging riverside residents.