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4-yr-old girl from Hong Kong plays farmer in Vietnam (photos)

Saturday, December 26, 2015, 11:42 GMT+7
4-yr-old girl from Hong Kong plays farmer in Vietnam (photos)
Riley Stirling learns to grow vegetables at the Tra Que vegetable village in Hoi An City in Quang Nam province.

Riley Stirling will leave Vietnam with an unforgettable memory about her learning and working on a vegetable farm in the central region.

Stirling, a four-year-old girl born to a Canadian father and a Hong Kong mother, had a lot of fun gardening when the family visited Tra Que, a local village famous for its fresh vegetables, in Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province.

The hardworking little girl was seen taking the job seriously and doing it with passion, with help from her mother, two locals, and her family’s tour guide.

Below are some photos of the adorable little farmer on a traditional Vietnamese vegetable farm.

Xúc đất tạo luống - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

Stirling learns to plow the soil. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Mẹ gánh rong giúp, trong khi em chạy theo đòi bế - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

Stirling’s mother carries the ganh, bamboo yokes hung with baskets at each end used to carry vegetables around, while Stirling and her younger brother walk alongside. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Thấy con chăm quá, có lúc ông bố đứng nhìn, le lưỡi mà quên cả chụp ảnh - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

Stirling’s father watches his little daughter enjoy working with farmers. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Dường như gióng cao hơn người - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

Stirling “struggles” to use a utensil which is bigger than her. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Không ngại bẩn tay, cô bé cùng tham gia trải rong vào đất - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

Stirling helps a farmer to prepare the soil. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Phút ngẫu hứng với điệu nhảy trên vườn rau - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

A random dance on the garden. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Nhổ rau con để cấy - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

Preparing the seedlings. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Thích thú cấy rau - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

Growing the seedlings. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Gánh gàu đi lấy nước, nhìn động tác này mọi người đứng xem không thể không cười - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

People couldn’t help smiling seeing Stirling carry two huge watering buckets. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Hướng dẫn viên trợ sức để tưới - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

The watering task is much easier with the help from the tour guide. Photo: Tuoi Tre 

Tạo dáng bên luống rau mới trồng để bố chụp ảnh - Ảnh: LÊ VĂN ÁNH

“Mission completed. Let’s pose!” Photo: Tuoi Tre

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