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Vietnam; Yao Zai

Vietnam; Yao Zai

Hetalia Asians promoting their respective cultures to "tourists" (i.e. the rest of the cast). Top to bottom: Ka Lung (head-canon name for Hong Kong), Mei En (head-canon name for Taiwan), Thailand (need a name for him), Kim (head-canon name for Vietnam), Yong-Soo, Kiku, and Yao - Art by Uli

The Asians countries (Hong Kong Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, and China) from Hetalia as drawn by Uli.

Practical Information for Backpacking Vietnam Want to see the world and know someone looking to make a hire? Contact me, carlos@recruitingforgood.com

Backpacking Vietnam: Practical Information

Practical Information for Backpacking Vietnam Want to see the world and know someone looking to make a hire? Contact me, carlos@recruitingforgood.com

Hetalia Asian characters. Top to bottom: Thailand (on the elephant's head), Kim (head-canon name for Vietnam), Ka Lung (head-canon name for Hong Kong), Yao, Kiku, Yong-Soo, Mei En (head-canon name for Taiwan) - Artist unknown

Top to bottom: Thailand (on the elephant's head), Kim…

This is the cutest family picture I've ever seen with the Asian contrary!!

Hetalia (ヘタリア) - The Asian countries - China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea - Awwww (≧∇≦)

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ANTIQUE TRIBAL JEWELERY asian laos vietnam thailand burma silver bracelet necklaces old artifacts hmong tribes village yao tribes silver earrings antique tribal jewelery asia

My goodness why?! What's the pic from btw, I wanna try it out XD

My goodness why? What's the pic from btw, I wanna try it out XD << it's some hunger games simulator. I forgot the website though

Vietnam | Red Dzao Baby With A Traditional Hat.  Sapa | Red Dzao are a subgroup of the Dao, one of the 54 ethnic minorities in Vietnam. There are about 470,000 of them living in northern Vietnam, close to the chinese border (a lot can also be found in China and Laos). They originally migrated from China during the 19th century. Hence Dao have long used Chinese writings (but pronounced in the Dao way) called Nom Dao. | © Eric Lafforgue

Red Dzao Baby With A Traditional Hat, Sapa, Vietnam --- Photo by Eric Lafforgue

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