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International visitors join hands to clean up Hoi An following Typhoon Noru

International visitors join hands to clean up Hoi An following Typhoon Noru

Thursday, September 29, 2022, 13:55 GMT+7
International visitors join hands to clean up Hoi An following Typhoon Noru
Foreign tourists remove trash and wood from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

Many foreign visitors and expats in Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, central Vietnam spent Wednesday and Thursday clearing garbage from Hoi An Ancient Town following the devastation caused by Typhoon Noru.

Hoi An’s famous ancient town was submerged in rainwater following Typhoon Noru making landfall in Vietnam on Wednesday.

A group of Australian visitors pick up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

A group of Australian visitors pick up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

On Wednesday, while touring the ancient town, many international tourists noticed trash clogging the waterway near An Hoi Bridge, and many of these visitors chose to help clean up the waste.  

An Australian visitor cleans up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

An Australian visitor cleans up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

Photographer Mai Thanh Chuong, who specializes in photographing Hoi An Ancient Town, shared that on Wednesday morning, while photographing the city he saw a number of foreigners helping locals clear uprooted trees, tree branches, and garbage.

According to a survey conducted by the Hoi An City People's Committee, approximately 500 foreign visitors were staying in Hoi An during Typhoon Noru, in addition to a large number of long-term expats.

Foreign tourists remove trash and wood from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

Foreign tourists remove trash and wood from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

An expat removes tree branches from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

An expat removes tree branches from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

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Many foreign visitors and expats in Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, central Vietnam spent Wednesday and Thursday clearing garbage from Hoi An Ancient Town following the devastation caused by Typhoon Noru.

Hoi An’s famous ancient town was submerged in rainwater following Typhoon Noru making landfall in Vietnam on Wednesday.

A group of Australian visitors pick up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

A group of Australian visitors pick up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

On Wednesday, while touring the ancient town, many international tourists noticed trash clogging the waterway near An Hoi Bridge, and many of these visitors chose to help clean up the waste.  

An Australian visitor cleans up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

An Australian visitor cleans up tree branches in Cam Chau District, Hoi An City, Vietnam, September 28, 2022. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

Photographer Mai Thanh Chuong, who specializes in photographing Hoi An Ancient Town, shared that on Wednesday morning, while photographing the city he saw a number of foreigners helping locals clear uprooted trees, tree branches, and garbage.

According to a survey conducted by the Hoi An City People's Committee, approximately 500 foreign visitors were staying in Hoi An during Typhoon Noru, in addition to a large number of long-term expats.

Foreign tourists remove trash and wood from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

Foreign tourists remove trash and wood from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

An expat removes tree branches from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

An expat removes tree branches from the waterway near the An Hoi Bridge, Hoi An City, Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Mai Thanh Chuong

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