Oct 08, 2020 / 14:51

Photo expo "My Hanoi" held to mark 1,010th anniversary of Thang Long - Hanoi

Seventy photos on display truly depict Hanoi and its people in the process of building a rich, beautiful, civilized and modern capital.

The 15th edition of “My Hanoi” photo exhibition themed "Being Proud of Thang Long - Hanoi" kocked off Thursday at the Temple of Literature to mark the 1,010th anniversary of Thang Long - Hanoi, the 66th anniversary of the capital city's Liberation Day and welcome the 17th city Party Congress.

 Vice Chairwoman of the Hanoi Municipal People's Council Phung Thi Hong Ha addresses the opening of the exhibition.

The exhibition, co-hosted by Kinh te & Do thi newspaper, the Hanoi Elderly Photographers Club and Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam Center of Scientific and Cultural Activities, showcases 70 candid and lively photos featuring portraits, street life and landscape of Hanoi.

The exhibition is divided into three thematic areas which are Hanoi - dynamic, creative, rich in traditional identity, friendly and in the process of integration; Hanoi - green, civilized and modern city; and Efforts of the government and people of Hanoi to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The exhibition is insightful in enriching Hanoi lovers’ perspectives of the capital city. Seventy photos on display truly depict Hanoi and its people, elegant and creative in the process of building a rich, beautiful, civilized and modern capital,” said Vice Chairwoman of the municipal People’s Council Phung Thi Hong Ha.

“These are excellent works selected from hundreds of photos. Professional and amateur photographers with a love of Hanoi have captured historical and political moments, the city's works, street corners and tourism destinations, and create candid pictures of Hanoi',” Ms. Ha added.

 Editor-in-Chief of Kinh te & Do thi newspaper Nguyen Minh Duc delivers the opening speech at the exhibition.

Editor-in-Chief of Kinh te & Do thi newspaper Nguyen Minh Duc said that the works displayed at this exhibition are not only the contributions of the members of the Hanoi Elderly Photographers Club but also of the newspaper's journalists and collaborators who for years have tirelessly been in search of new perspectives of Hanoi and depicted them with their photos.

“These beautiful moments have contributed to highlighting Hanoi's efforts to preserve and promote the heritage value; affirming Hanoi - A City for Peace, a creative, friendly and hospitable city, especially the efforts of the city's government and people in preventing and controlling Covid-19, ensuring safe and peaceful life for the people,” Mr. Duc said.

 The Exhibition Organizing Board presents a souvenir to Hanoi city People's Council Vice Chairwoman Phung Thi Hong Ha.
 Editors-in-chief of provincial newspapers receive gifts from Kinh te & Do thi
 Vice Chairwoman of the Hanoi Municipal People's Council Phung Thi Hong Ha and delegates tour the exhibition.
 Local visitors are watching photos at the exhibition.
 Local visitors are watching photos at the exhibition.