The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
07:55 25/04/2013
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Recently, a set of graphics called "The Difference between Hanoi and Saigon" by Mr. Le Duy Nhat, 27, has made a big impression with Vietnamese netizens. It was debuted on April 15 but this set of graphics has attracted tens of thousands of views.

In the graphics, Le Duy Nhat describes the difference between Hanoi and Saigon in an impressive, condensed, most concise way, based on his feelings and personal experiences.

Nhat has lived and worked in more than 10 years in Saigon and lived in Hanoi for a quite long time. His living experience in both cities urged the man to "do something" and the set of graphics is the product.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

There are many vendors on the street of Hanoi and Saigon but they are different. If Hanoian vendors are very familiar with bamboo frames and baskets, Saigonese vendors use trolleys.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

Hanoi has "mobile flower shops," which are bamboo flat winnowing baskets placed on bike racks. Saigon has flower shops.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

The fruit trays for Tet (lunar New Year) of the Hanoian and the Saigonese are also different. Hanoi people prefer bananas, grapefruit, peaches and kumquat, while the Saigonese favorite are custard, coconut, papaya, mango and fig.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
 

In the spring, Hanoi has red and pink peach flowers while Saigon has yellow apricot flowers.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
 

The Hanoians like eating at sidewalk restaurants, with "portable" plastic tables and chairs. The Saigonese often go to indoor restaurants.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
 

The breakfast of the Hanoian is pretty full while a cup of coffee may be the breakfast of the Saigonese.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

Beginning the meal, Hanoians are busy with inviting each others to eat while the Saigonese do not have that rule in the family.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
 

A quick lunch? It is bun cha (vermicelli and grilled chopped meat) for the Hanoian and broken rice with pork, beef, etc. for the Saigonese.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

The Hanoian prefer the salty, sour and bitter tastes than the Saigonese. Sweet and spicy are preferred by Saigon people.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
 

Hanoi and the hot cup of tea. Saigon and the glass of iced milk coffee

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
 

The Hanoi people like drinking lemon tea and chatting with each other whle the Saigon people prefer grouping up and sipping coffee on the ground. In particular, the Saigonese love singing and music. If you see a man playing guitar and singing at a coffee shop, do not be surprised.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

Hanoi people receive guests with a cup of hot tea. Saigon people offer guests with mineral water or soft water.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

In Hanoi, it rains all day long, even from day to day. In Saigon, it rains and then it is sunny.
 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

The Hanoi is attached importance to rituals and social status.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

The difference in the voice of the people of Hanoi and Saigon? Let's imagine the difference between the sound of the piano and the violin.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

In thinking and behavior, the Hanoian promote ingenuity and dedication. The Saigon people attach important to frankness, understanding. 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

The hats of the traffic police officers in Hanoi and Saigon are also different. 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

The wedding party in Hanoi is usually held at noon while in Saigon it is in the evening. 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

The Hanoian often group up to drink after work and go home before bedtime. The Saigonese can have party all night because this place is the "city that never sleeps." 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

The Hanoian seem to wake up earlier than Saigonese. 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

Four-seat taxi is more common in Hanoi while seven-seat taxi is favored in Saigon.


The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

The Hanoian value their appearance so they take very seriously with their vehicle. The Saigonese are easy-going with this. 


The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

Hanoi has Hoan Kiem Lake. Saigon has the Turtle Lake.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon

Traffic congestion is common in both Hanoi and Saigon but it seems that the Hanoi people are better in passing through flows of vehicles.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 

Sometimes, the excitement and hustle push me like crazy. But let's notice that in the rush, the Hanoi people still have something leisurely.

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon
 

The interesting graphics about the difference between Hanoi and Saigon 



T. Van

Source Vietnamnet

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