British photojournalist Tim Page in Hanoi, 10 May 2010
Many foreign journalists who covered the Vietnam War are gathering in Ho Chi Minh City, the former Saigon, this week to observe the anniversary of the city's capture by communist North Vietnam's soldiers in 1975. The correspondents talked about the fall of Saigon 35 years ago.
Tim Page fell in love with Vietnam so deeply that he has returned to the southeast Asian nation nearly 60 times since the end of the long war in April 1975.
Page, formerly a photojournalist for Time magazine, comes back to teach the post-war generation of Vietnamese photographers. He shares with them his experiences in Vietnam during the war, which he says had a great impact on his life. more>>