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[Photos] Urbanist Hanoi's Best Original Photography of 2019

From Chau Doc's Muslin communities' Ramadan celebrations to Korean tourists posing for selfies at Hanoi's now-shuttered train street, here are some of Urbanist Hanoi's most memorable photography moments of 2019.

Part of a display chronicling one family’s 700 years of ancestral history. Photo by Bac Ha. Read more here

An artist takes a break while creating an entire-body mold. Photo by Joseph Gobin. Read more here

A woman and her grandson enjoy the simple pleasures of life on Hanoi’s Bai Giua. Photo by Chris Humphrey. 

Family members pose in Hoang Su Phi, Ha Giang. Photo by Joseph Gobin. Read more here

A boat’s reflection on a Hoa Binh lake recalls mixed paint on an artist’s pallet. Photo by Chris Humphrey. Read more here

Local kids play football outside one of Nam Dinh’s numerous churches. Photo by Julie Vola. Read more here.

Vietnam’s Muslim community celebrates Ramadan in Chau Doc. Photo by Abdelaziz Ibrahim. Read more here.

A young boy looks pensively out of a window on the slow train from Hanoi to Saigon. Photo by Abdelaziz Ibrahim. Read more here

Two girls ride a fairground ride on the beach on Quy Nhon during Tet. Photo by Chris Humphrey. Read more here.

Patients at a Hanoi hospital receive food donations from Hanoi Food Rescue, a grass-roots student organization helping reduce food waste in the capital. Photo by Bac Ha. Read more here.

Do Duc Hoang meditates in the nude at Hanoi’s male nudist swimming club. Photo by Chris Humphrey. Read more here

A contemporary dancer caught mid-maneuver. Photo by Joseph Gobin. Read more here

Korean tourists remain determined to get an Instagram selfie, despite Train Street’s closure. Photo by Chris Humphrey. Read more here.

Top image: A young boy paddles around in a plastic bucket in a Cambodian floating village, where 40% of people are Vietnamese. Photo by Chris Humphrey. Read more here

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