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The Trieu Khuc village in Hanoi has long been famous for its hallmark “Con di danh bong” dance, in which young men are dressed like girls and make girl-resembling gestures and movements.
Tourists have flocked to the newly renovated home of one of the “cong tu Bac Lieu,” infamous sons of the wealthy families in Bac Lieu province in the early 20th century.
A documentary titled “Lang ve nha moi” (Lang at his new home) will depict the arduous life of jungle man Ho Van Lang and his father during their 40 years living in a deep forest in central Quang Ngai province.
The Hanoi police recently indicted five men for shooting dead a masseuse who refused to serve them on July 1.
Like several other communes in the northern region, in Thai Binh province’s Dong Tan commune, there are many households in which only husbands and children remain, as most of these men’s wives are working abroad, especially in Taiwan, as domestic help.
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