Journalist: Zhang Han    Editors: Wu Jie, Ding Yi, Li Jiayi and Billie Feng    Designer: Steve Zhao
  • Downtown Ho Chi Minh City

    Downtown Ho Chi Minh City

  • Vietnam's largest Chinatown

    Vietnam's largest Chinatown

  • Ho Chi Minh City

    Ho Chi Minh City

  • Tricycle drivers

    Tricycle drivers

  • Chinese-style temples in Hanoi

    Chinese-style temples in Hanoi

  • Market in Hanoi

    Market in Hanoi

  • Red light district in Hai Phong

    Red light district in Hai Phong

  • Cargo shipment on Beilun River

    Cargo shipment on Beilun River

  • Mong Cai downtown

    Mong Cai downtown

  • Night view of Mong Cai

    Night view of Mong Cai

  • Affluent neighborhoods

    Affluent neighborhoods

  • Casino


  • Border river

    Border river

  • China-Vietnam border bridge

    China-Vietnam border bridge

  • China took its dispute with Vietnam over its deployment of an oil rig in contested waters to the United Nations on Monday, accusing Hanoi of infringing on its sovereignty and illegally disrupting a …
  • Like thousands of other factory owners in Vietnam, Nguyen Van Phuc relies on China for the expertise and raw materials needed to keep his production line humming. But spiking tensions between Hanoi …
  • Vietnam's labor market was severely affected by its recent anti-China riots, which left 60,000 local workers jobless as many foreign-invested factories were forced to shut down for an indefinite dat…
  • A Vietnamese fishing boat has sunk after it collided with a Chinese vessel near a controversial oil rig in the South China Sea, further escalating the tensions between the two nations.
  • Life of Chinese people in Vietnam after anti-China unr…
  • Foreign investment in Vietnam hampered by local policies
  • A Vietnamese red light district serving Chinese people
  • Chinese companies in DoSon hide identity to avert riot…
  • How a Chinese businessman in Hai Phong escaped riots
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