The event, titled “Imprint”, is held by the Hanoi Press Photographers’ Club in coordination with the Hanoi Journalists Association to mark the Vietnamese Revolutionary Press Day (June 21st).
Exhibited works will help the public to review diplomatic-political, socio-economic and cultural events, images of which became unforgettable imprints, such as the parade to mark the 60th anniversary of Dien Bien Phu victory, General Vo Nguyen Giap’s funeral, the historic flood in Hanoi in 2008 and unexpected events, and even simple moments in daily life.
The son on his father's back paid tribute to General Vo Nguyen Giap (Photo: Hoang Ha/ provided by the Organizing Board)Nguyen Xuan Chinh, a representative from the Hanoi Press Photographers’ Club, said that these works show the true feeling and emotion captured by photographers who are working at press agencies in Vietnam. Each work contains imprints and memories. In five years since its establishment, the Hanoi Press Photographers’ Club has drawn the participation of 70 members who are not only reporters and photographers, but also lovers of photography.
The exhibition is also an opportunity for members to review their activities during their participation. It will run until June 19th.
After the exhibition, the club will promote practical activities such as selling exhibited works to raise funds for the poor or support children in disadvantaged areas./.