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Exhibit showcases photos of Vietnam capital’s people

Exhibit showcases photos of Vietnam capital’s people

Sunday, June 22, 2014, 10:07 GMT+7

An exhibit running in Hanoi until July 15 features more than 1,000 portraits of people in all walks of life, who are living and working in Hanoi.

The exhibit, “Buoc Vao The Gioi Cua Nhau” (Humans of Hanoi), is running at Chula, 43 Nhat Chieu Street, Tay Ho District.

The photos depict all facets of the capital city by capturing the images and stories of the people who do different jobs.

The organizer expects that the vivid photos and the people’s simple yet moving stories will help visitors, particularly youths, understand and sympathize more with those around them.

More photos and stories are available at

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