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Fingerprint painting sets national record

Update: June, 11/2015 - 18:14
The painting, entitled Noi Vong Tay Lon, Vi Mot Viet Nam Khoe Manh Hon (The Great Circle of Viet Nam, for a Healthier Viet Nam), was created from thousands of fingerprints of Vietnamese from all walks of life and set a national record. — Photo courtesy of Lifebuoy Viet Nam
HUE CITY (VNS) — The last of the "Noi Vong Tay Lon" (The Great Circle of Viet Nam) concert series was held in Phu Van Lau Pavilion on June 6.

The series celebrated the 14th death anniversary of legendary musician Trinh Cong Son.

The highlight of the programme was the presentation of the painting, entitled Noi Vong Tay Lon, Vi Mot Viet Nam Khoe Manh Hon (The Great Circle of Viet Nam, for a Healthier Viet Nam), which was created from thousands of fingerprints and set a national record.

Inspired by the message conveyed by The Great Circle of Viet Nam song, the painting expresses the unity and connection among Vietnamese people, regardless of their gender and region. It is also an activity to realise the aspirations of late musician Trinh Cong Son.

More than 20,000 Vietnamese people took part in the campaign of The Great Circle of Viet Nam, for a Healthier Viet Nam, after three concerts were held in Ho Chi Minh, Ha Noi and Hue. Sponsored by Lifebuoy, a brand of soap marketed by Unilever, the campaign aims to prevent diseases and improve the health of millions of Vietnamese children by 2020. — VNS

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