Vietnam: 40 years after the war ended

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The US Vanity Fair magazine has introduced a black and white photo set titled “Vietnam, 40 years after the war ended” by the US photographer, Mark Edward Harris.

Harris’s photographs of Vietnam throughout the years, since the war ended, reveal an intimate look at life in a country that has been transformed since the end of the armed conflict, 40 years ago.


He has visited Vietnam 6 times in 1992, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2009 and most recently in 2014, taking in many locations around the country such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh city, Sapa, Hoi An, Tay Ninh and Ha Long bay.


After graduating from California State University, Los Angeles, with a Master of Arts Degree in Pictorial/Documentary History, Harris started his professional photography career. He has visited 83 countries and been published in many books, magazines and newspapers featuring the results of his work with the lens including the best known such as Time, The New York Times or Los Angeles Times.


Following are some photos taken by the photographer Mark Edward Harris in Vietnam:


Mark Edward Harris has returned to Vietnam multiple times to photograph the country. Here, a young boy carries a baby in Hanoi, in 1992.

Mark Edward Harris has returned to Vietnam multiple times to photograph the country. Here, a young boy carries a baby in Hanoi, in 1992.



Two merrymakers form a handstand at Da Nang beach, in 1992.

Two merrymakers form a handstand at Da Nang beach, in 1992.



Children climb a stand in Chicken Village near Dalat, Vietnam, in 2003. The town is also known as Chicken Village, after a large concrete statue in the vicinity.

Children climb a stand in Chicken Village near Dalat, Vietnam, in 2003. The town is also known as Chicken Village, after a large concrete statue in the vicinity.



Uniformed school students in Hal Long bay, in 2003.

Uniformed school students in Hal Long bay, in 2003.



A mother carries her baby through a field in Sapa, in 2003.

A mother carries her baby through a field in Sapa, in 2003.



Nick Ut, who photographed napalm victim Kim Phuc during the war, in his home office, in Los Angeles in 2009.

Nick Ut, who photographed napalm victim Kim Phuc during the war, in his home office, in Los Angeles in 2009.




A brick factory in the Vietnamese town of Sa Dec on the Mekong River, in 2014.

A brick factory in the Vietnamese town of Sa Dec on the Mekong River, in 2014.



A scene on the water in Mekong, in 2014.

A scene on the water in Mekong, in 2014.



Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh, in 2014.

Cao Dai temple, Tay Ninh, in 2014.



A scene at Ha Long bay, in 2014.

A scene at Ha Long bay, in 2014.



US photographer Mark Edward Harris. (Photo: koreaherald.com)

US photographer Mark Edward Harris. (Photo: koreaherald.com)