Opening the exhibition of contemporary art in Hong Kong Vietnam


Afternoon August 30, 2010, the Consulate General of Vietnam in Hong Kong and Macao has officially opened an exhibition of contemporary art in Vietnam Rotunda Exchange Square in the heart of Hong Kong (China), including works about the country and people of Vietnam's famous authors such as Bui Xuan Phai, Mai Long and a number of young artists. Government representatives special administrative zone Hong Kong, representing many countries Consulate General, Vietnam community and the public at large Vietnam art lovers attended.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Pham Cao Phong, Vietnam Consul General expressed hope that the exhibition helps viewers understand more about the country and people of Vietnam as well as a burning desire for peace, the relentless efforts in the cause of national construction of the nation of Vietnam. Mr. Feng also hope the exhibition will contribute to strengthen exchanges in various fields and above all friendship and further cooperation between the people of Vietnam and the Chinese people, including those who are living, work and study in the area of ​​Hong Kong special Administrative, promote economic ties and tourism between the two sides.

For her part, Ms Florence Hui, Acting Director General of the Hong Kong Civil Affairs appreciated the efforts of the Consulate General of Vietnam in two consecutive years organizing art exhibitions Vietnam, for that exhibition is an opportunity very good for the public in Hong Kong art lovers to discover the daily life of the people of Vietnam through the paintings of artists of Vietnam, from which extended knowledge of the country of Vietnam, contributing to strong artistic and cultural exchanges and tourism between the people's special Administrative Zone Hong Kong and Vietnam.

The exhibition is one of the activities to celebrate the 65th National Day of Vietnam by the Vietnam Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau in collaboration with the Art Gallery Lotus (Lotus Gallery) of Vietnam and Hong Kong Land Ltd. held ./.

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