Foreign tourists enjoy a city tour by cyclos in downtown Hanoi, but fewer people from China now visit Vietnam in the wake of deadly anti-Chinese riots that broke out in May. Photo: AFP Foreign tourists enjoy a city tour by cyclos in downtown Hanoi, but fewer people from China now visit Vietnam in the wake of deadly anti-Chinese riots that broke out in May. Photo: AFP
Foreign tourists enjoy a city tour by cyclos in downtown Hanoi, but fewer people from China now visit Vietnam in the wake of deadly anti-Chinese riots that broke out in May. Photo: AFP

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Foreign tourists enjoy a city tour by cyclos in downtown Hanoi, but fewer people from China now visit Vietnam in the wake of deadly anti-Chinese riots that broke out in May. Photo: AFP Foreign tourists enjoy a city tour by cyclos in downtown Hanoi, but fewer people from China now visit Vietnam in the wake of deadly anti-Chinese riots that broke out in May. Photo: AFP
Foreign tourists enjoy a city tour by cyclos in downtown Hanoi, but fewer people from China now visit Vietnam in the wake of deadly anti-Chinese riots that broke out in May. Photo: AFP
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