Exhibition on Vietnamese women held in Singapore

Friday, 2019-03-08 16:52:14
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Visitors are enjoying the paintings at the exhibition. (Photo: vietnamplus)
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NDO – A fine art exhibition honouring the beauty of Vietnamese women was held at the ArtBlue Studio in Singapore on March 8.

The event saw the presence of female ambassadors,representatives of diplomatic organisations and the host country,and female directors of corporations and companies in Singapore.

On display were nearly 40 paintings by ten artists, highlighting the noble qualities of Vietnamese women and their great contributions to society.

Vietnamese Ambassador to Singapore, Tao Thi Thanh Huong,said that it was a very meaningful event that honoured and showed the solidarity of women around the world, towards equality, peace and progress.

Through the exhibition, the Vietnamese Embassy in Singapore wished to introduce the achievements and development of Vietnamese women and promote the country’s fine arts to international friends.

At the event, guests had a chance to view vivid drawings by painter Phuong Quoc Tri as he painted the portrait of Singaporean President Halimah Yacob and enjoy delicious traditional food from Vietnam such as nem ran (fried spring rolls) and bun cha (grilled pork with rice vermicelli).