(VOVworld) – The Temple of Literature, Long Bien bridge, the Old Quarter, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, and the Presidential Palace are among the top places for foreign tourists to learn more know Hanoi. But for foreigners living here, they have more things to share. VOV reporter Ngoc Huyen takes a stroll around Hanoi’s streets with 2 English expatriates. It had turned warmer with abundant sunshine after several gloomy, cold days of early winter. It was such a great Sunday morning on which to meet with expatriates from England: Stella Ciorra who has been in Hanoi for 21 years and Gillian Scourfield who has been teaching English in the city for 4 years. We met in front of Hang Da “market”. They were surprised at the way I called it a “market” because it looked like a modern shopping mall. When I explained that the building used to be a traditional wet market, Gillian said she loved the Chau Long traditional wet market near her house more than the modern one: “I think it’s fresh and also it gives local people employment and money. I like supporting the local people. I also feel the quality is good. I have never had… Read full this story
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