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US photojournalist to launch photo exhibit to celebrate 25-yr bond with Vietnam

Friday, March 27, 2015, 19:17 GMT+7

A veteran American photojournalist is poised to launch an exhibit next month in Hanoi which will feature photos that she has taken of Vietnam’s landscapes and people over the past 25 years.

Catherine Karnow, an American journalist/photographer who is known to many Vietnamese for her photos over the years, is getting ready for her upcoming exhibition, which is slated to run at the Art Vietnam Gallery from April 10 to May 8, local media reported.

The gallery is located at 2 Yen Lac Street, Hai Ba Trung District.

Karnow’s exhibition will boast a large number of her photos of different themes, including Vietnam’s landscapes and people back in the early 1990s, Agent Orange and mixed-race children, today’s Vietnam, and the life, career and death of the country’s legendary late general Vo Nguyen Giap, according to local newswire VnExpress.

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