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Hanoi streets fall silent ahead of official closure of businesses

All non-essential services based in Hanoi are to halt operations in a bid to stop the gathering of large crowds as a means of combating the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as of midnight on March 28.

Hanoi’s biggest market quiet amid coronavirus fears

Hanoi’s biggest market at Dong Xuan is deserted amid fears of coronavirus.

Hanoi’s biggest market quiet amid coronavirus fears

Hanoi’s biggest market at Dong Xuan is deserted amid fears of coronavirus.

Hanoi displayed through old paintings

Artwork inspired by Hanoi have been put on display at an exhibition to mark the capital’s 65th Liberation Day anniversary.

Traditional folk music program “Ha Thanh, 36 Old Quarters”

Ca Tru, Chau Van, Xam, Luc Cung Hoa Dang and many other folk melodies from Vietnam’s Northern Delta Region have been restored, performed and introduced to audiences through a program called “Ha Thanh, 36 Old Quarters”.

Street photography brings people together

VietNamNet Bridge – After her father presented her with a Canon camera a year ago, Nguyen Thu Linh, an 18-year-old student from the National Economics University, began to spend time on the weekend in Ha Noi’s Old Quarter taking pictures

New ‘dream' market a nightmare-in-waiting

 VietNamNet Bridge – Her lunch break over, Dat began rearranging flipflops and sandals in her tiny footwear store.

Hanoi's largest wholesale market sells mostly Chinese goods

 The merchants at Dong Xuan Market, the longest-standing wholesale market in Hanoi, and domestic manufacturers are trying to come up with a solution to boost the sale of Vietnamese goods at the market.

Photographer enjoys market vibe

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ho Dai Phuoc has been taking photos of markets for the last 20 years.He has travelled throughout Viet Nam to record images of traditional markets.

Hanoi police seizes over 50 tons unoriginal confectioneries

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tons of oyster sauce and various confectioneries without clear origin were seized by the Market Management Board No.2 in Hanoi on December 26.

Cyclo tour around Hanoi’s Old Quarter

VietNamNet Bridge – I have been on countless cyclo trips in HCMC but they were nothing compared to a cyclo tour around the ancient, bustling Old Quarter on a winter’s day with a northeastern monsoon blowing through my hair and chilling my body.

Bat Trang – a paradise of souvenirs

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tourists in Hanoi City can take an interesting short trip to Bat Trang pottery village to buy elegant souvenirs and become a ceramic artisan for the day.

Famed market remains true to roots

 VietNamNet Bridge – Despite competition from modern supermarkets, Dong Ba Market remains as bustling as ever.

Old Quarter relocation project aims to preserve historical relics

 VietNamNet Bridge – A project to relocate 1,530 households in Ha Noi's Old Quarter to Viet Hung Residential Area in Long Bien District will give special care and attention to 121 historic sites.

Folk culture attracts new breed of fans

 VietNamNet Bridge – Groups of young people are reinvigorating traditional arts, introducing folk songs and paintings to a new generation.

Tour discovers Ha Noi's largest market

 VietNamNet Bridge – Join a city walk on Friday, March 8 to discover Ha Noi’s largest market, Dong Xuan, and its surrounding area.