Phet Hien Quang Festival

Lunar New Year is over in Vietnam but the festie season is just begun with hundreds of festival occured in the northern Vietnam. Among those, Phet Hien Quan is an intense one. During the festival, which pays tribute and honors the merit of Thieu Hoa female general combatting Chinese invaders, thousands of young men from […]

Doesn’t Float Yet

I’m a bit busy these days since local publications are rushing for the upcoming Lunar New Year plus a couple of exciting editorial assignments expected to be finished in the first quarter of 2016. Otherwise, I just made the very first edit for my experimental project ‘No Mud, No Lotus’ HERE. At the beginning of […]

Featured on Instagram Blog

I was asked by Instagram to share some thoughts on my personal Instagram account recently and you can check out the full feature on Instagram blog HERE. In case you missed it, I’m on Instagram sharing my daily obsession at @phamhaduylinh and I’m a contributor of @everydayvietnam sharing daily-life moments and stories across Vietnam. PS: […]

An Ancient Custom

Here are a few photos which will be a part of my on-going project on the Vietnamese funeral traditions and after death rituals from my latest time attending a reburial ceremony in the suburb of Hanoi. More photos from the series can be found HERE.

Christmas In Sapa

I spent Christmas time continuing my project on the Hmong porters on Fansipan, Indochina’s highest peak, up in the mountainous area of northern Vietnam. There are three Hmong parishes in Sapa, the tourist town in the foot of Fansipan, which are Sapa, Hau Thao and Lao Chai but there is only one priest takes care […]