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Young families return to Hanoi after a long Tet holiday

In the flow of people returning to Hanoi after the 7-day lunar New Year holiday (Tet), there were kids sitting behind their mothers on motorbikes, with countryside specialties tied behind the vehicles.

At the southern gateway on the afternoon of February 16, in the crowd of people on Highway 1A leading to the center of Hanoi, there were children who had traveled hundreds of kilometers with their parents in the cold.

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết
On the afternoon of February 16, it was drizzling and cold in Hanoi. Those who returned to Hanoi by motorbike had to wear raincoats.
Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 


 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

A child sits between her parents on the journey back to Hanoi after Tet.

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 A kid carries his backpack on the way home.

 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 A motorbike becomes overloaded with a family of four and luggage. 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 A tired family after a long journey.

 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 Some babies sleep in their mother's arms.

 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 In addition to luggage are countryside products.

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết
 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 A motorcycle with country specialties.

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 Giai Phong Street on the afternoon of February 16.

 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 The flow of vehicles returning to the city after a week-long holiday.

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

 Countryside products.

 

 

Những em bé sau lưng bố mẹ về lại Thủ đô sau Tết

Live chickens tied to the back of a motorbike.

 

Pham Hai

Crowded streets of Saigon on the first working day after Tet

Crowded streets of Saigon on the first working day after Tet

On the first working day after the lunar New Year (Tet holiday), the streets of Saigon bustled again, but there were no traffic jams.

 

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