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A motorcycle owner parked by the serene waters of Hoi An in Vietnam on September 2, 2012. (Simon Marussi/Flickr)
A pensive moment in a fishing port in Phu Yen, Vietnam in August 2012. (Patrick Carpenter)
Bringing in the morning's fresh fish on the docks of Phu Yen in Vietnam on September 5, 2012. (Patrick Carpenter)
A man herds his cattle on Mui Ne Beach, Vietnam on August 10, 2012. (calvinistguy/Flickr)
Salt harvesters at work in the Hon Khoi salt fields in Vietnam on August 10, 2012. (Patrick Carpenter)
Inside the Forbidden city in Hué, a girl wearing an Áo dài holds an SLR on July 18, 2012 in Thura Thien-Hue, Vietnam. (Andy*Enero/Flickr)
A woman and children with a bucket on a walk in Moc Chau, Vietnam on February 12, 2012. (Mjnh Nguyen/Flickr)
In part three of our exclusive interview, the veteran journalist discusses what he considers to be the most important story he's reported on from Asia. The answer may surprise you.
In part two of our exclusive interview, the veteran journalist discusses his first assignments in Asia — wars in India and Vietnam in the mid-1960s, that he admits he was "ill-prepared" to cover.
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