02/06/2016 18:02 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

Vietnam through Photographs of VNP’s Reporters

For the first time, two generations of reporters from  the  Representative Office of Vietnam Pictorial (VNP) have held a photo exhibition entitled “Vietnam – Land and People” which conveys many significant messages.
The exhibition showcased 60 photographs on the book street of Nguyen Van Binh in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City in the celebration of the 41st anniversary of  Reunification Day (April 30, 1975 – April 30, 2016). The photographs truthfully reflect the lives of people, the landscape and  changes of the country in the development process.

The exhibition attracts a large number of foreign visitors.

The exhibition space is open and friendly.

Foreign tourists are interested in photographs at the exhibition.

Photographers and their friends take photos at the opening ceremony of the exhibition. 

Since it was established in 1982, reporters from VNP’s Representative Office in Ho Chi Minh City have made significant contributions to fulfilling VNP’s tasks of  promoting the image of the country and people of Vietnam to international friends. For over 30 years, generations of reporters have  made great efforts and have been wholeheartedly devoted to their job, thereby taking photographs of both artistic and journalistic value. They are former reporters Quang Minh, Kim Son and Huu Thanh and reporters of succeeding generations Le Minh, Kim Phuong and Nguyen Luan. 

“Raising Sheep” by Huu Thanh.

“Drought Caused by Climate Change” by Huu Thanh.

“Bombaxceiba Flower Season in April” by Kim Son. 

“Sound of the Saranai” by Kim Son.

“Sunrise” by Kim Son.

“Bau Trang” (BinhThuan Province) by Quang Minh.

“Dankia Lake” by Quang Minh.

The Gianh River (QuangBinh Province) by Quang Minh. 

“On the Sai Gon River” by Le Minh.

“ Evening Lesson of Students at Thu Lum Secondary School in Muong Te District, Lai Chau Province” by Le Minh.

“Sunrise over the Wind Power Field in Bac Lieu” by Le Minh.

“Cow race” by Kim Phuong.

“Happiness” by Kim Phuong.

“Sunshine” by Nguyen Luan.

“Sunshine” by Nguyen Luan.
By Thong Hai