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Old lady in the traditional clothes using her cell phone.

Old lady in the traditional clothes using her cell phone.

Faces of Vietnam | Hmong baby | The Hmong are an Asian ethnic group from the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Hmong are also one of the sub-groups of the Miao ethnicity (苗族) in southern China | by Tuomas Lehtinen

Faces of Vietnam | Hmong baby | The Hmong are an Asian ethnic group from the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Hmong are also one of the sub-groups of the Miao ethnicity (苗族) in southern China | by Tuomas Lehtinen

Life Magazine, June 1969 issue pictured photos of the 242 soldiers who died in one week in the Vietnam War. The visual stunned America to face the loss of such vibrant, young men pictured on page after page. Click through to access the entire issue of Life.  LIFE - Google Books

Life Magazine, June 1969 issue pictured photos of the 242 soldiers who died in one week in the Vietnam War. The visual stunned America to face the loss of such vibrant, young men pictured on page after page. Click through to access the entire issue of Life. LIFE - Google Books

French photographer Réhahn came up with an idea to explore the feeling of joy and the act of smiling on the faces of Vietnamese people. ‘Hidden Smiles in Vietnam’ is his latest photo series where people cover their smiles with their palms, but still leave evidence of the bright emotion in their vivid eyes and faces.

French photographer Réhahn came up with an idea to explore the feeling of joy and the act of smiling on the faces of Vietnamese people. ‘Hidden Smiles in Vietnam’ is his latest photo series where people cover their smiles with their palms, but still leave evidence of the bright emotion in their vivid eyes and faces.

Dating back to the 13th Century, Dó was largely used in Vietnam as a canvas for folk artwork, but was dying off in the face of Vietnam's rapid industrialisation that had rendered handmade crafts almost obsolete over the last few decades. By producing notebooks, postcards, calendars and several different types of rough, robust paper that artists can use as canvases, Zó project helps support the livelihood of impoverished villagers and preserves a forgotten but invaluable art.

Dating back to the 13th Century, Dó was largely used in Vietnam as a canvas for folk artwork, but was dying off in the face of Vietnam's rapid industrialisation that had rendered handmade crafts almost obsolete over the last few decades. By producing notebooks, postcards, calendars and several different types of rough, robust paper that artists can use as canvases, Zó project helps support the livelihood of impoverished villagers and preserves a forgotten but invaluable art.

Visages du Vietnam - Faces of Vietnam by Denis Musy on 500px

Visages du Vietnam - Faces of Vietnam by Denis Musy on 500px

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