Rice crops begin to ripe in terraced fields in Hoang Su Phi district, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang.
Picturesque terraced fields in
Hoang Su Phi (Source: dep.com.vn/VNA)
The rice in ripe period
across terraced fields (Source: dep.com.vn/VNA)
A winding road to Then
Chu Phin village. (Source: dep.com.vn/VNA)
People harvest their
rice in some fields (Source: dep.com.vn/VNA)
Children play on the
fields (Source: dep.com.vn/VNA
A bustling market in Hoang Su Phi district (Source:
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