• Lake Hanoi Hoan Kiem

    Dancing soon became a symbol of French decadence and, by the time the Communists had won control of the country in the 1970s, it was viewed as a frivolous and elitist distraction, one that took people away from the country’s serious struggle for independence.

Photography by Ehrin Macksey

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