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[Photos] Tinker Tailor Painter Bike: The Quiet Life of Saigon's Older Residents

What do the men of Saigon do all day?

In this series of film photos taken by Saigon resident and coffee genius Hoang Trung Hieu, men of varying stripes are captured in spontaneous action. Some are working at restaurants, others are doing manual labor, and — unsurprisingly — some are simply sitting and reading the newspaper.

Hieu, who enjoys capturing simple scenes of everyday life here, says that he strives to capture slices of Saigon that are fading into the past in this fast-changing metropolis.

Go on a stroll with the amateur photographer and peek into the daily lives of several residents below:


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