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  • Author:
    Le Ngoc Huy,Vu Viet Dung
  • ISBN:
    6047000312
  • ISBN13:
    978-6047000319
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  • Publisher:
    Ethnical and Cultural Publishing House (June 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Asia
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Vietnam Zoom series Vietnam is a country of legends and myths with a 4, 000-year history of interaction with the world s. .Bikelihood (Vietnam Zoom Series) Hardcover – June 1, 2010. by Le Ngoc Huy (Photographer), Vu Viet Dung (Photographer).

Vietnam Zoom series Vietnam is a country of legends and myths with a 4, 000-year history of interaction with the world s great cultures. Come to Vietnam and take a good look at every corner of life and people.

It is an ideal gift for yourself or for a friend who has been to Vietnam but did not have the opportunity to take the snaps you or they wanted. I love taking out this book to show to my friends when they come over and it is definitely a gr Bikelihood exhumes an air of Vietnamese photographic literature. Each page contains a photo beautifully capturing the Vietnamese people, life and culture. The photographer of this book does an excellent job of contrasting colours to highlight specific objects.

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Vietnam Zoom series Vietnam is a country of legends and myths with a 4,000-year history of interaction with the world s great cultures. Come to Vietnam and take a good look at every corner of life and people, and you will find yourself in the midst of unprecedented wonders. The Vietnam Zoom series will open the door for you to explore Vietnam in the most real and lively way possible. The motorbike is one of the most common sights in the Vietnamese life.

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Bikelihood (Vietnam Zoom Series) - Hardcover. Book description Format: 26mm by 18 mm, landscape Pages: 144 pages with 130 full color photographs of bikes Paper: 200gsm couche matte Binding: hardcover, casebound using 3mm board with separate jacket. Brand: SahaBook Product Code: photobook. Published by SahaBook Corporation in partnership with Ethnic and Cultural Publishing House (2010).

Vietnam Zoom series Vietnam is a country of legends and myths with a 4,000-year history of interaction with the world s great cultures. Come to Vietnam and take a good look at every corner of life and people, and you will find yourself in the midst of unprecedented wonders. The Vietnam Zoom series will open the door for you to explore Vietnam in the most real and lively way possible.The motorbike is one of the most common sights in the Vietnamese life. The country has over 20 million bikes, which present themselves together with their owners - poor laborers, small traders - everywhere, from the most rural corner to the largest cities, from the coast to the remote mountain roads. No other means of transportation has proven more flexible, suitable for the livelihood journey than the motorbike.The bike carries on its back a small world. People burden it with everything and anything they can, and try to ride it as fast as they can. The bike s technical limitations don t matter. Neither do traffic laws. Driven by a natural and irreversible mission, people "bike" their living, knowing that their loved ones are waiting for the bacon to come home.Using a motorbike in Vietnam has become an art - the art of loading, driving, and how to map the safest and quickest way to the destination - without breaking the traffic rules and all will be shown in 130 full-color photographs of the photobook Bikelihood.