Photo exhibition opens to raise disability awareness

August 28, 2019 - 11:33

About 20 photos are selected from 300 taken at Hà Nội Arts Club for Children with Disabilities with a view to change community awareness about people with disabled.


The exhibition displayed 20 photos featuring children with disabilities at Đinh Tiên Hoàng Street in August 25. Photo

HÀ NỘI – A photography exhibition featuring people with disabilities takes place at American Culture Centre on August 28.

It is a part of the non-profit Trăng Khuyết Project by Vietnamese high school students under Việt Nam Applied Communication and Education Development’s Psyhub.

bout 20 photos have selected from 300 entries to be displayed at the Hà Nội Arts Club for Children with Disabilities.

It is hoped the exhibition will change community awareness about people with disabilities.

Nguyễn Ngọc Phương Trinh, grade 12 student from Hà Nội National University of Education said: “We want to raise the awareness of society about the lives of people with disabilities so that they can have joy, harmony and self-confidence as other normal people.”

The exhibition was earlier held in Đinh Tiên Hoàng Street drawing many visitors at walking streets in Hoàn Kiếm Lake.

Each photo has its own unique characteristic reflecting the true nature or ability of each character. The photographers have titles such as Miss Friendly; Lovely Female Teacher and Brothers-in-Arms.

A talk show will be held with guest speakers who are children psychology experts and parent of the children with disabilities at the exhibition at the centre, 170 Ngọc Khánh Street, Hà Nội. – VNS