German photographer Reisen has traversed every nook and cranny of Hanoi to capture the daily life of Hanoians in the post-subsidy period.
In addition to full-time work for state agencies, most Hanoian families do extra jobs to supplement their income. The city streets are most often their business place of choice.
every nook and cranny, city streets, subsidy period, german photographer, daily life, state agencies, business place
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