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Off-road motorbike racers in Hanoi have had the first course for training and practising in Long Bien District.

COVID-19: Post-restriction night markets open again in Hanoi

Life has been injected back into night markets throughout the capital city following the decision by authorities in Hanoi to ease social distancing from April 23.

Hanoi tests market traders for COVID-19

Hanoi on April 18 conducted a number of quick novel coronavirus (COVID-19) screening tests at a series of wholesale markets in the capital, in line with instructions issued by Mayor Nguyen Duc Chung.

Street art made from recycled material goes on display in Hanoi

A street in Phuc Tan ward in Hanoi has been decorated by series of art displays that have been made using recycled rubbish.

Photographer shows love for Hanoi

The old roofs, street corners, vendors and remarkable architecture are the soul of Hanoi, according to photographer Nguyen Viet Thanh, who is showcasing 30 photos of the capital in an exhibition.

Hanoi’s air quality worsens once again

The air quality in the capital city of Hanoi has once again worsened with its PM2.5 levels exceeding national standards and being situated at harmful levels.

CNN suggests exotic meal at 200-year-old snake village in Hanoi

The CNN team described snake spring rolls, filled with ground reptile meat are “tasty and fresh with herbs found in all Vietnamese cuisine”.

Symbols over the Red River

Except for Long Bien Bridge over the Red River, newly built, modern bridges seem to be lacking the architectural creation that would make them works of art.

Pakistani businessman writes a letter to thank Vietnamese police

 VietNamNet Bridge – A Pakistani wrote a letter to express his appreciation for the timely help of the traffic police team No. 5 and the police of Gia Thuy Ward in Long Bien District, Hanoi.

Obsolete railway stations in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge - With just 200 passengers, that number of people is enough to make the Long Bien Railway Station cramped and overcrowded whenever a train comes.