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Frenchman shuttles between homeland and Vietnam for decades out of photography passion

Saturday, January 31, 2015, 12:17 GMT+7

A French photojournalist/photographer has lived in both his home country and Vietnam for nearly three decades, taken hundreds of photos, and helped develop the Southeast Asian country’s photography.

Nicolas Cornet has worked for several European newspapers, including “Le Monde,” and shuttled between France and Vietnam for the past 28 years.

During this time he has taken hundreds of photos of the latter country’s landscapes and people.

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