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Recorded at the southern gateway (Hanoi) on the afternoon of February 16, in the crowd of people on Highway 1A heading to Giai Phong Street to enter the center of Hanoi, there are children who have passed hundreds of kilometers sitting behind their parents in the cold rain.
|On the afternoon of February 16, it was drizzling and cold in Hanoi, families returning to Hanoi by motorbike had to wear raincoats. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|A baby sits between her parents on a journey back to Hanoi after Tet. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|The whole family sitting on a motorbike. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|The baby brought his school bag when he returned to the capital with his family. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|Children's long journey back to Hanoi so that their parents can go to work tomorrow. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|The motorbike becomes overloaded with a family of four and their luggage. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|The whole family's tired look after a long journey. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|Many babies sleep in their mother's arms. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|In addition to luggage, families brought with them their hometown gifts. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|The motorcycle full of country gifts. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|Giai Phong Street on the afternoon of February 16, headed towards the center of Hanoi. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|The influx of people returned to the city after a week-long holiday. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|Country gifts are brought along in the long journey. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
|A couple of chickens were tied to the back of the motorbike. (Photo: Vietnamnet)|
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