Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Photos of People In Hanoi
Chicken slaughterer doing her work, with a small bowl to keep the blood and two more chicken in the woven bags waiting for their death.
Motorcycle-taxi drivers (in Indonesia it's called 'ojek')
People carrying offering for a temple in an alley
The street vendor has French bread for breakfast. The bread is 3,000 Dong.
A fruit vendor and a buyer. This photo is like an everyday scene that I can find in Indonesia:)
People having a bowl of noodles on a roadside eatery
Schoolchildren preparing for the siesta (that's why they sit on the table)
The guards in front of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Photo taken during the changing of the guards, which take place 10 minutes before 9 a.m.
A group of women wearing Vietnam traditional dress
under their coats. Photo taken near the mausoleum.
An artist and his two admirers. Well, make it three with me:) Photo taken near Hoan Kiem Lake.
A man with sunflowers. This photo is courtesy of the Pinay journo Tita. Thanks, Tita:)
Bike riders and the posters
Journalists taking the training, the trainers and people from UNDP and VEEPL posing in front of an elementary school
Look what happens when they wear hijab:D
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