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VIETNAM. Ho Chi Minh City. A mischievous waitress makes her own contribution to depicting the recent history of her country.
VIETNAM. Ancient cyclos still play their part rescuing modern status symbols.
VIETNAM. Advertising equates joy and happiness with products and services - a connection that is not always so apparent.
VIETNAM. Ho Chi Minh City. Beggars on the city streets.
VIETNAM. Cu Chi. A statue at the entrance of a cemetery depicting Wilfred Burchett, the Australian journalist visiting liberated areas during the war.
VIETNAM. Ho Chi Minh City. History Museum. School children chat beneath a SAM missle.
VIETNAM. By the year 2000, the 25th anniversary of the end of the war, celebrations had a flavour commensurate with the realities of the new Vietnam. The famous...
VIETNAM. By the year 2000, the 25th anniversary of the end of the war, celebrations had a flavour commensurate with the realities of the new Viet Nam. The famou...
VIETNAM. The youth of the new Vietnam spend much of their time hanging out on the streets.
VIETNAM. The youth of the new Vietnam spends much of their time hanging out on the streets.
VIETNAM. Ho Chi Minh City. Street scene complete with the inevitable amputee amongst the crowd.
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