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Hanoi’s Old Quarter before the Mid-autumn Festival

Let’s see Hanoi’s Old Quarter before the Mid-autumn Festival. Streets in Hanoi’s Old Quarter are full of colours as the Mid-autumn Festival nears.

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Hang Ma, Hang Luoc, Hang Khoai and Hang Ruoi streets are crowded from the morning to the mid-night.

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This year, Vietnamese traditional toys seem popular

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Large star-shaped lanterns with the image of President Ho Chi Minh is popular with many children

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Less paper or plastic multi-coloured lanterns are being sold this year

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There is a row of stalls on Hang Ma Street which sell small children’s items such as pinwheel and spotty hair band

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A shop on Hang Ma Street

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Things for small girls

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Hang Ma Street is busier these days

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Despite the rain, stalls still attract customers
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