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Great Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap
General Vo Nguyen Giap, who has aged 102, was the diminutive and brilliant Vietnamese general who led communist forces in the wars that forced three powerful adversaries – Japan, France and America – out of his homeland.
Many audiences watchign buffalo fighting
The Buffalo Fight Festival in Do Son (Haiphong City) is officially held annually on the 9th day of the eighth month of the lunar calendar. In fact, there are two rounds of elimination before the middle of the fifth month and 8th day of the sixth lunar month.
Advice on riding the hills on a motorbike in Sapa Viet Nam
 You don't need a driver's license here as long as the scooter is 50cc ... a passport is good and no one checks as far as you pay the entrance fees. For larger capacity motorbikes, legally, you need a Vietnamese-issued Driver's License (international driver's permits and motorcycle licenses from foreign countries cannot substitute and non-residents cannot obtain a Vietnamese Driver's License), though unscrupulous renters will rent you a larger motorbike anyway. So if you are stopped by the local police or are involved in an accident, it could get very expensive. As you will be acting illegally, travel insurance will not cover any damages awarded against you or medical expenses, which could run into the thousands.
Bac Ha Market
Bac Ha market is a shopping centre and meeting place for couples, friends, and relatives, and it is a typical weekly activity for the H’Mong and other minority groups living in the locality. Local products for sale or barter are carried on horseback.
Sapa Black H'mong People
Black H’mong Ethnic People in Sapa - At first the H’mong people may seem quiet and shy but with a visit to their home and a family introduction the H’mong will open up with laughter, celebration, song, and smile. To be a Hmong is to live in the mountains. The Hmong are part of a large people group.  About 780,000 are found in 12 of the northern provinces of Vietnam.  But  the Hmong are part of the Miao people, which totals about 9.5 million.  The term "Miao" is most common within China, but "Hmong" is usually used elsewhere.  There are many subgroups of the Miao and many speak mutually unintelligible dialects.
Sapa Black H'mong People
Black H’mong Ethnic People in Sapa - At first the H’mong people may seem quiet and shy but with a visit to their home and a family introduction the H’mong will open up with laughter, celebration, song, and smile. To be a Hmong is to live in the mountains. The Hmong are part of a large people group.  About 780,000 are found in 12 of the northern provinces of Vietnam.  But  the Hmong are part of the Miao people, which totals about 9.5 million.  The term "Miao" is most common within China, but "Hmong" is usually used elsewhere.  There are many subgroups of the Miao and many speak mutually unintelligible dialects.
Tay laydy in Ban Ho village
When you visitting a village in Sapa, specially if you are a foreign visitor, you will like to visit villagers here. May be, the following tips will help you know how to respect local people's customs and make your trips be more exciting.
Tay laydy in Ban Ho village
When you visitting a village in Sapa, specially if you are a foreign visitor, you will like to visit villagers here. May be, the following tips will help you know how to respect local people's customs and make your trips be more exciting.
Tay laydy in Ban Ho village
When you visitting a village in Sapa, specially if you are a foreign visitor, you will like to visit villagers here. May be, the following tips will help you know how to respect local people's customs and make your trips be more exciting.
Tay laydy in Ban Ho village
When you visitting a village in Sapa, specially if you are a foreign visitor, you will like to visit villagers here. May be, the following tips will help you know how to respect local people's customs and make your trips be more exciting.
Tay laydy in Ban Ho village
When you visitting a village in Sapa, specially if you are a foreign visitor, you will like to visit villagers here. May be, the following tips will help you know how to respect local people's customs and make your trips be more exciting.

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