Amid tensions, Chinese fruit a turnoff in Vietnam - Article Photos 2/8

In this March 9, 2013 photo, porters unload boxes of Chinese fruits near traders at work at Long Bien wholesale market for fruits and vegetables in Hanoi, Vietnam. Around half of the produce at the market is trucked in from China, arriving in the city in the middle of the night and distribute for Hanoi and neighbor areas. While fears about the safety of Chinese food products are often well founded, in Vietnam they are so tangled up with anti-Chinese sentiment it is hard to tell where one begins and the other ends. More than 1,000 years of occupation, a bloody border war in 1979 and renewed assertiveness by China in pushing territorial claims in the South China Sea mean that tales of Chinese perfidy find fertile soil in which to grow.(AP Photo/Na Son Nguyen)