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With strong desire to contribute to the prevention and combat against the Covid-19 pandemic, Graffiti artist Le Long has conveyed the message "Stay strong - Let's stay home" through his Graffiti paintings.
Visitors to the capital city of Hanoi in March will be surprised by the vibrant colours of the leaves of freshwater mangrove trees (loc vung in Vietnamese) changing to red and yellow.
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A campaign seeking ideas for Hanoi's street decoration and lighting for this year has been launched by the municipal Department of Culture and Sports.
Many streets of Hanoi have been decorated with flags, banners and slogans to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Liberation of the South and national Reunification Day (April 30).
Hanoi’s streets have become crowded again with traffic congestion on the first day after social distancing regulations were loosened.
During late spring, “hoa bun” (crateva nurvala flowers) bloom brilliantly on several streets in the capital city of Hanoi, especially in Dinh Thon Village, Nam Tu Liem District.
Streets across Hanoi is more peaceful with a few people and vehicles circulates.
Every year when spring comes around, the new season air creeps into small alleys, and every corner of Hanoi.
Local authorities in HCM City's District 9 have removed a road signboard carrying the name of Vietnam national football coach Park Hang Seo.
Several streets in Hanoi are so short that many people may not even realise they’ve walked along them at all.
Pavement violations have become more rampant in Hanoi despite efforts by local authorities to crack down on the problem.
Although it lasts in a short time during summer, lotus leaves a strong impression on Vietnamese people.
Nearly 200 electricity boxes in Hanoi have been given a colourful new look.