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A Vietnamese woman, wearing the traditional "ao dai" long dress, poses for photos along peach blossom flowers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham  
A Vietnamese couple, wearing the traditional "ao dai" long dresses, pose for photos along peach blossom flowers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham  
 Vietnamese farmers bring peach blossom flowers to the market for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham 
A Vietnamese farmer waits for customers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival) in a peach blossom flowers field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham  
A Vietnamese farmer walks along peach blossom flowers as she waits for customers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival) in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham  
 A Vietnamese farmer brings peach blossom flowers to the market for sale ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival) in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham 
 A Vietnamese farmer waits for customers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival) at a peach blossom flowers field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham 
 A Vietnamese farmer waits for customers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival) in a peach blossom flowers field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham 
 A Vietnamese farmer carries his daughter while waiting for customers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), at a peach blossom flowers field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham 
A Vietnamese woman, wearing the traditional "ao dai" long dress, poses for photos along peach blossom flowers ahead of the Vietnamese "Tet" (Lunar New Year festival), in a field in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 2, 2016. Photo: REUTERS/Kham 

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