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​Vietnamese older adults’ dreams captured in ‘Dreams Are Blue’ photo book

​Vietnamese older adults’ dreams captured in ‘Dreams Are Blue’ photo book

Tuesday, August 22, 2017, 09:11 GMT+7
Eight participants of the “Dreams Are Blue” photo project are pictured singing together at the launching event.
Eight participants of the “Dreams Are Blue” photo project are pictured singing together at the launching event.
Dinh Viet Hung, 66 years old – singing on stage
Dinh Viet Hung, 66 years old – singing on stage
Nguyen Tran An Hung, 50 years old – conquering the open road by bicycle
Nguyen Tran An Hung, 50 years old – conquering the open road by bicycle
Dang Ai Viet, 70 years old – visiting and drawing portraits of Vietnamese heroic mothers all over the country
Dang Ai Viet, 70 years old – visiting and drawing portraits of Vietnamese heroic mothers all over the country
Ho Uyen Thom, 63 years old – taking up ballet dancing
Ho Uyen Thom, 63 years old – taking up ballet dancing
Hua Thanh Giang, 58 years old – playing the piano
Hua Thanh Giang, 58 years old – playing the piano
Huynh Nguyet Anh, 56 years old –  ballroom dancing
Huynh Nguyet Anh, 56 years old – ballroom dancing
Le Thi Bich Hong, 55 years old – becoming a champion of the blue lanes
Le Thi Bich Hong, 55 years old – becoming a champion of the blue lanes
Le Thi Bich Thuy, 62 years old – traveling off the beaten track to discover the beauty of the country
Le Thi Bich Thuy, 62 years old – traveling off the beaten track to discover the beauty of the country
The unveiling moment of the “Dreams Are Blue” photo project by the General Manager of Abbott and photographers Maika Elan and Tam Bui.
The unveiling moment of the “Dreams Are Blue” photo project by the General Manager of Abbott and photographers Maika Elan and Tam Bui.

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