Phuong is running the family business now. He learned how to make sandwiches and pate from his father, who learned it from the French people he was working for in the war. On the 4th floor of their tiny thin house they make the pate every day, it takes them 4 hours. They have become one of the most populair Banh My places in Hanoi and for a good reason. Banh Mi 25.
By Mick Kjaer and Loes Heerink
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I (Loes Heerink) am a Dutch photographer. I work on series I feel are meaningful. Series that tell something, an injustice or a beauty overlooked. My first photoseries Merchants in Motion is available as a book and as limited edition art. Merchants in Motion shows the beauty of Vietnamese Street Vendors. Hard workers, often female migrants whom are often overlooked. I am currently working on a series about Farmers and Growers, trying to reconnect people to the where food comes from and what it takes to produce food. And I am working on a series about lost fantasy. Ageing often means losing touch with your fantasy side. Loes is trying to show people to look at ordinary things in a different way, hopefully showing that fantasy, playfulness and creativity isn’t gone and is in fact all around us.
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