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Synonyms for Hanoi

the capital city of Vietnam

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HO'S TRAIL Ha Noi is a bustling city -- shops, hotels, small eateries on either side of the roads, and cycles, motorbikes and cars jostling for space at the centre
4% in Ha Noi and Hai Phong, respectively), but a lower seroprevalence rate was observed in Da Nang (5.
Beside the waters of the lake in Ha Noi, he bowed in prayer to Buddha and asked for help.
Last May, the ministry asked the People's Committees of centrally governed cities and provinces including Ha Noi, HCM City, and Da Nang to design plans for, and boost the construction of, public restrooms.
She was born and raised in Ha Noi, Vietnam, daughter of Yen Ngoc Vu and Mui Thi Le and moved to the United States and settled in Worcester in 1975.
7 million) in five real estate projects in Vietnam, including three apartment towers with 17, 38 and 40 stories and a commercial center in Ha Noi, Vietnam.
HA NOI -- Viet Nam exported 54,000 tons of coffee, with a total value of US$76 million in September, according to Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Destinations are set as Ankara and Istanbul in Turkey, and Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, it said.
Source: Gender and Community Development Network (GENCOMNET), 113 D1, Trung Tu, Dong Da, Ha Noi, Vietnam.
Fans throughout Ha Noi reportedly flocked in their thousands to bookshops to get their hands on a copy of the latest Potter book.
Ha Noi, Vietnam -- "Vietnamese Buddhism is developing strongly," Most Venerable Thich tri Quang, Vice Chairman of the Viet Nam Buddhism Sanghas (VBS) assorted while talking with a Viet Nam News agency reporter at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Viet Nam Buddhist Institute in Ha Noi's outlying district of Sac Son on Saturday.
The historic northern capital, Ha Noi, contrasts with bustling Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) the main metropolis of the south.
But the driving force behind the move of the EFEO from metropolitan France to Ha Noi at the turn of the century, and its scientific and cultural agenda, was Paul Doumer, the dynamic and ambitious Governor-General.
He lives in Ha Noi, where he is head of the International Department of VAn Nghe Weekly, published by the Writers Association of Viet Nam.