I believe one's smile is the most beautiful moment to capture in a picture. In this trip to Vietnam, I tried my best
effort to seize them in my camera.
I was lucky to hire 2 wonderful motorcycle drivers in Saigon and Hanoi, who were willing to bring me back to visit their homes
and meet their family. This made this trip so interesting to see how they live. Old people and young children both have something to
show me in these pictures.
I also took a few interesting shots on the streets where people were just living their lives.
Chipping ice from a big block
An old monk at Cao Lai Temple
She was making my sandwich.
the niece of my driver in Saigon.
Me and my Saigon driver, enroute to Mekong.
It's her again.
Park Ranger at the Cuchi tunnels National Park ....
She is only 16 yr old working as a paddler for tourists.
He is 25 and the baby is only 10 months.
Big boy !!.
This was 6:30am at Hanoi. That 2 baskets weigh over 100 pounds, I tried carrying it.
Young adult rowed the simple boat across the channel.
I met these 2 kids while paddling my kayak around Halong Bay.
Floating fishing village at Halong Bay Area
These 2 kids let me row their boat for a while. I barely made 10 metres.
Check out the Halong Bay page to see the video I captured. They rowed with their feet.
Happy couple smiling at us (we were on a tour van).
Hardwork in the city. Try balance it on your head!
2 young ladies manning their night market booth. It just started raining.
One just started smoking a pile, while his brother polished shoes for money.
A shy girl waiting for her parents outside a temple.