Giay Shaman Northern Vietnam

Giay Shaman Northern Vietnam

Lái — Shaman — Giáy Ethnic Group The Sto­ry of a Shaman from North­ern Vietnam “I am a fourth-gen­er­a­tion shaman. My father is a shaman as well. I start­ed to learn when I was 15.” “It is not easy becom­ing a shaman. It’s eas­i­er to learn Viet­namese than this...
The Ethnic Diversity of Northern Vietnam

The Ethnic Diversity of Northern Vietnam

The Ethnic Diversity of Northern Vietnam “The Ha Nhi’s cos­tume has blue stitch­ing and labyrinthine lines rep­re­sent­ing moun­tains and rice ter­races. The blue col­or rep­re­sents life. The tra­di­tion­al cos­tume is indis­pens­able in our cul­ture.” — Trụ,...
Sa, Hoi An during the Flood

Sa, Hoi An during the Flood

Sa — Flood in Hoi An Sa — Hoi An Flood  Sa stands at the emer­gency flood exit-door built into the attic of her house in Hoi An, Viet­nam. “Usu­al­ly, there are floods at this time of the year. The high­est water lev­el in my house was 2.2 meters (7.2 feet).” “If...

Hoi An The People

Hoi An The People Sto­ries from the Peo­ple of Hoi An, Viet­nam A Cul­tur­al Pho­tog­ra­phy Project by Alden Ander­son & Trinh Nguyen Nhi, 70 — Hoi An, Vietnam Ba — Lotus Harvest — Hoi An Thuc, 70 — Hoi An, Vietnam Sáu — Planting Rice — Hoi An Sto­ries...
10 Best Places to Take Photos in Hoi An Old Town

10 Best Places to Take Photos in Hoi An Old Town

10 Best Places to Take Photos in Hoi An Old Town Morn­ing reflec­tion on the Thu Bon Riv­er in Hoi An Old Town. The 10 Best Places to Take Pho­tos in Hoi An $ 1. The Yellow Wall in Hoi An $ 2. Japanese Bridge $ 3. Rooftop View of Hoi An $ 4. An Hoi Island — Across the...