Many streets in the capital of Hanoi have been decorated with national flags as well as colourful flowers, banners and slogans to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the Liberation of South Vietnam and National Reunification Day (April 30), the 134th International Labour Day (May 1), the 66th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu Victory (May 7), and the 130th birth anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19).
Banners and slogans celebrating the nation's major holidays on Hoang Dieu Street, Ba Dinh District.
The national flags and Party flags enhance the sense of national pride, as proof of the nation’s development after years of fighting for national defence.
A large poster with the slogan ‘Warmly celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Liberation of South Vietnam and National Reunification Day’ in the area of Thong Nhat Park in Hai Ba Trung District.
The national flag fluttering under the peaceful sky
Large-sized panels and posters at the Xa Dan - Nguyen Luong Bang intersection.
National flags shine on an apartment building on Tam Trinh Street, Hoang Mai District
Every small alley and street is coloured with national flags.
(HBO) – This July, all people across Hoa Binh province are paying tribute to people who have served the nation during the war and their families in line with the tradidional sayings – "When drinking water, think of its source,” and "Repay someone for his favour.”
(HBO) - Re-appointment, every Sunday morning, Mong ethnic people in Hang Kia and Pa Co communes (Mai Chau) rush to Pa Co market. It is not only crowded with the atmosphere of exchanging, shopping, this market is also especially impressed by the unique upland cultural identity. The people look forward to every Sunday to go to the market. The attitude of the upland people, the colorful ethnic costumes have been creating a colorful picture of the fair.