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Students earning money for Tet expenses

Update: January, 28/2014 - 10:35
A student, who has been studying at the Vietnam University of Commerce for three years, decorates his mobile phone in front of his university.
A Hanoi Tourism College student guides foreign tourists on a tour of the 36 ancient streets in the Hanoi Old Quarter.
Dao Thi Han, a student from the Hanoi Garment and Textiles College, sells peach flowers in Xuan Dieu street.
Han makes an offer to two visitors. A branch of peach flowers is considered beautiful because of its buds and large flowers.
A student from the Industry College sells feather dusters for domestic cleaning.
Working as a waitress at the restaurant is an option for a student from the Ha Noi Tourism College.
Becoming a travel agent is another option for many students.
A student from the Transport University sells handicrafts and other small items for decorating homes.
Students sell Mai (ochna) flowers near the Vietnam University of Commerce. If the peach flower is the symbol of Tet in the north, the yellow ochna flower is its counterpart in the south. Many people in the north, however, are starting to use the yellow flower during the Tet festival.
A student from the Hanoi Tourism College paints the toe nails of a customer in the capital city.

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