Restoration work at the Chua Ong Pagoda in Can Tho, Vietnam

The Chua Ong Pagoda is situated at the riverfront of the Hau River (also named Can Tho River,a branch of the Mekong River) beside a great Ho-Chi Minh Statue. It is a colourful place built in the late nineteenth century by the Chinese townsman Huynh An Thai. Inside vietnamese men restore the little temple while other vietnamese people still went on praying or offering sacrifices to several altars of the pagoda.

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