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  • n. Plural form of Hanoian.


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  • But they also say Hanoians 'attitudes toward the bikes are starting to shift.

    The Minsk and the Art

  • The Setting Thousands of Hanoians start their day with a steaming bowl of pho, eaten while crouched on dwarf-size plastic stools in crowded eateries, often sitting at low tables on the sidewalk.

    The Dish: Pho

  • That was the longawaited moment of the hundreds of thousands of Hanoians as well as the millions of Vietnamese across the country.


  • Weeping willows and other leafy trees shade a sidewalk that rings the water, a popular site for tourists and Hanoians to exercise and relax.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • It is a popular site for tourists and Hanoians to exercise and relax.

    The Guardian World News

  • This reveals that the Hanoians retain some uniqueness of their ancient lifestyle. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • The Hanoians drink a lot of the dark, caffeinated beverage and prefer sipping their stronger blends outside in front of a small shop with some sweet milk and a spoonful of sugar. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • Coming from the provinces, Man had little hope of finding anything better: everything had been taken by native Hanoians.


  • Worldly young Hanoians said that one could not truly consider oneself Vietnamese until having been there.

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  • Few Hanoians now, absorbed in getting and spending, live their lives to the rhythms of the patriotic marching tunes that filled the air during the past week.

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