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A candy shop on Hang Duong(Sugar Market) Street, Hanoi (Một cửa hàng bánh kẹo ở phố Hàng Đường)
Hoan Kiem district

I took this photo when I was walking through the night market on Hang Duong(Sugar Market) Street. Hanoi helds the night market event at 6PM to 11PM on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. People can buy very cheep stuffs from the market. The street includes Hang Dao, Hang Ngang, Hang Duong and Dong Xuan turns into walking street with full of people.

A small canday shop owns by a very traditional Hanoinian, I see his smile everytime I pass by this shop. He makes candy and jam from various fruit types.

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