A Vietnamese city is using graffiti to protest against strict social norms. Ho Chi Minh City has become a hotspot for the color-splashed art, which is usually seen as a means of rebellion.
Street artists have been spray painting their work all across the city, which has strict rules for artistic expression.
The rules are particularly difficult for artists, who must have their works approved before exhibitions and often see their more controversial projects shut down.
The graffiti works are not political per-se, but artists say their works are promoting a more liberal path for youngsters who want to improve their knowledge and imagination. The works are also seen as a tourist attraction.