Food so popular, Asian cities want it off the streets

A bowl of bun cha, a popular street food in Hanoi, Vietnam, April 22, 2017. Major cities in Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia are strengthening campaigns to clear the sidewalks, driving thousands of food vendors into the shadows and threatening a culinary tradition. (Amanda Mustard/The New York Times)

Major cities in three Southeast Asian countries are strengthening campaigns to clear the sidewalks, driving thousands of food vendors into the shadows and threatening a culinary tradition.

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