Tong sees the movement of the people and things as part of the life and rhythm of Hanoi. Tong brings new emotion and mood to the city through his use of grey tones and limited colors. The gestural brushstrokes and movement of the paint are alive and vibrant. His series of "Bridge" paintings has received great accolades from the art cognoscenti and the public. This collection is inspired by the Long Bien Bridge, which is not only a part of Hanoi's physical landscape but also a potent symbol of its spirit. Spanning the river through times of war and peace, the bridge, although old and worn now, still carries the legends and stories of the ancient city it serves. Le Quy Tong’s works are collected internationally including the Bodnar Art Collection, have been sold at auction including Larasati in Hong Kong and are in the Vietnam Museum of Fine Art.