When I was young I remember a mobile library coming through my country town. Surprised that Vietnam has one, as it seems nobody really reads.
Steve Jobs is like a God to many Vietnamese, so these books will sell well.
What is this? Octopus? Hawk? Chicken? The only thing I'm sure of is Pepsi.
A family joins in with a traditional Tet game.
Crafts are offered along Book Street.
I'm not sure if this is a game or art?
Vietnamese hopscotch by the look of it.
Kids enjoy all the different activities offered during Tet in the city.
I see no connection between Barbie and books, but that doesn't stop some enterprising traders.
This kid simply wouldn't leave the drums and percussion alone & was starting to get a little annoying after a while.
You wouldn't believe how loud these guys are unless you are actually standing in front of them.
Uncle Ho for the blind.
Whilst a few novels are available, most of the books relate to education or propaganda. This is the dictionary and reference section.
One of the many books I've taught from in Vietnam.
The full Encyclopaedia Britannica is offered for sale, even though it is totally redundant, thanks to the internet.
More overpriced reference material that looks good but isn't really necessary.
Inside his book cave.
An elephant advertising yoghurt. Why not?
Crowds gather every year to enjoy and photograph the flower arrangements along Nguyen Hue
These tourist police appear to be discussing where one should karate chop another when looking for maximum results with minimum effort.