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Warmth at a UNESCO-recognized karst plateau in northern Vietnam

Warmth at a UNESCO-recognized karst plateau in northern Vietnam

Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 11:59 GMT+7
The road leading to Xin Cai Commune, located in Meo Vac District in northernmost Ha Giang Province
The road leading to Xin Cai Commune, located in Meo Vac District in northernmost Ha Giang Province
Two girls are seen playing a cooking game on the way to Xin Cai Commune.
Two girls are seen playing a cooking game on the way to Xin Cai Commune.
Two little kids are pictured along the way to Xin Cai Commune.
Two little kids are pictured along the way to Xin Cai Commune.
School girls from a school in Xin Cai Commune are pictured enjoying their cooking game in the chilly weather.
School girls from a school in Xin Cai Commune are pictured enjoying their cooking game in the chilly weather.
Local kids and teenagers delighted at a dish which they are cooking.
Local kids and teenagers delighted at a dish which they are cooking.
A young girl is seen trying to build a fire.
A young girl is seen trying to build a fire.
The fire is strong enough for the youngsters to cook a dish and get some warmth from in the chilly weather.
The fire is strong enough for the youngsters to cook a dish and get some warmth from in the chilly weather.
Ma Pi Leng Pass and a canyon near Nho Que River.
Ma Pi Leng Pass and a canyon near Nho Que River.
A Mong ethnic man and boy are pictured picking up home-grown vegetables to treat their guests to a rustic, cozy meal.
A Mong ethnic man and boy are pictured picking up home-grown vegetables to treat their guests to a rustic, cozy meal.
Nho Que River both serves as a tourist attraction and Mong ethnic people's main water supply.
Nho Que River both serves as a tourist attraction and Mong ethnic people's main water supply.
A stunning view of Dong Van Karst Plateau, which was recognized by the UNESCO’s Global Geoparks Network in 2010
A stunning view of Dong Van Karst Plateau, which was recognized by the UNESCO’s Global Geoparks Network in 2010

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