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Entries of Vietnam Heritage Photo Awards displayed at Hanoi exhibition

Saturday, November 03, 2018, 14:46 GMT+7
Entries of Vietnam Heritage Photo Awards displayed at Hanoi exhibition
Photo “Hoang hon tren dinh Sang Nhu” (Sunset on Sang Nhu Mountain) by Vu Chien

As many as 107 best entries in the Vietnam Heritage Photo Awards competition are on display at a photo exhibition in Hanoi from November 2 to 11, as part of a series of celebrations to observe the seventh Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day on November 23.

The photos are entries chosen from a pool of 4,573 works by 526 authors capturing lively moments of the nature, Vietnam’s beautiful landscapes and daily life of local people.

Besides the classic topics of Nature, Tangible Culture, Intangible Culture, and Lifestyle from previous editions, this year’s competition introduced two new topics - Vietnamese Ao Dai (long gown) and Travel with Vietjet, which co-sponsored the awards with Canon.

The exhibition also opens for one day in Ho Chi Minh City on November 3 at the Hoa Lu, together with the 2018 Canon PhotoMarathon tournament.

The second tour of the exhibition will return to Hanoi at the Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies (VICAS) and Ho Chi Minh City at the Ho Chi Minh Museum from November 23 to 25.

The awards ceremony is scheduled to take place in Ho Chi Minh City in late November.

Photo “Ngu nghiep” (Fishery) by Nguyen Thanh An
Photo “Ngu nghiep” (Fishery) by Nguyen Thanh An
Photo “Bua sang o cho” (Breakfast at the market) by Nguyen Xuan Chinh
Photo “Bua sang o cho” (Breakfast at the market) by Nguyen Xuan Chinh
Photo “Lanh nghe” (Craftsmanship) by Nguyen Thanh An
Photo “Lanh nghe” (Craftsmanship) by Nguyen Thanh An
Photo “Vu dieu tren dong” (The dance in rice paddles) by Ly Viet Dung
Photo “Vu dieu tren dong” (The dance in rice paddles) by Ly Viet Dung
Photo “Du lich trai nghiem o Mu Cang Chai” (Experience tourism in Mu Cang Chai) by Le Trung Kien
Photo “Du lich trai nghiem o Mu Cang Chai” (Experience tourism in Mu Cang Chai) by Le Trung Kien
Photo “Mua vang” (Golden season) by Le Nhat Quang
Photo “Mua vang” (Golden season) by Le Nhat Quang
Photo “Gia dinh vooc” (Langur family) by Ha Phuoc Thanh
Photo “Gia dinh vooc” (Langur family) by Ha Phuoc Thanh
Photo “Pongour Nam Phuong De Nhat Thac” (Pongour The Best Waterfall in the southern) by Do Tuan Ngoc
Photo “Pongour Nam Phuong De Nhat Thac” (Pongour The Best Waterfall in the southern) by Do Tuan Ngoc
Photo “Cham non” (Caring for offspring) by Lam Huu Phuc
Photo “Cham non” (Caring for offspring) by Lam Huu Phuc
Photo “Du doi va diu em” (Intense and Calm) by Nguyen Phuoc Hoai
Photo “Du doi va diu em” (Intense and Calm) by Nguyen Phuoc Hoai
Photo “Thu hoach thanh long” (Dragon fruit harvest) by Bui Gia Phu
Photo “Thu hoach thanh long” (Dragon fruit harvest) by Bui Gia Phu
Photo “Nhuom coi” (Sedge weaving) by Le Chau Dao
Photo “Nhuom coi” (Sedge weaving) by Le Chau Dao
Photo “Sac mau cua bien” (Color of the sea) by Tran Bao Hoa
Photo “Sac mau cua bien” (Color of the sea) by Tran Bao Hoa
Photo “Phu sa bai boi” (Alluvial) by Oee Le Van Hao
Photo “Phu sa bai boi” (Alluvial) by Oee Le Van Hao
Photo “Hanh trinh vuot song hang Son Doong” (The journey crossing the river in Son Doong Cave) by Hoang Thu Huong
Photo “Hanh trinh vuot song hang Son Doong” (The journey crossing the river in Son Doong Cave) by Hoang Thu Huong
Photo “Suong som Moc Chau” (Early frost in Moc Chau) by Cao Ky Nhan
Photo “Suong som Moc Chau” (Early frost in Moc Chau) by Cao Ky Nhan

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