Empathy - The untold stories

BRINGING SUNSHINE BACK TO CENTRAL VIETNAM

The project calls for VND 650,000,000 equivalent to
10 libraries for children in Central Vietnam

All proceeds shall be contributed to the purchase of books, school supplies & the construction of 10 libraries
cho các em ở miền Trung bị ảnh hưởng nặng bởi đợt các đợt bão 2020.

The first photo exhibition of Le Hong Linh
14-20/11/2020 | Cultural House of Youth, No. 4 Pham Ngoc Thach, Ben Nghe, D1, HCMC

BRINGING SUNSHINE BACK TO CENTRAL VIETNAM

"Books, desks, schools supplies have been swept away. Our school is still sinking in flood. I don't know how to help students keep the learning going.", shared by a principal from Quang Binh province after the storms.

Through the exhibition, Library of Dreams project would bring sunshine to the children in the Central of Vietnam. We believe by equipping them with books, school supplies and libraries, their education and dreams will be better nurtured after the severe damage from the floods.

All proceeds shall be contributed to the purchase of books, school supplies & the construction of 10 libraries for Vietnamese children affected by floods in Central Region.

We would raise VND 650,000,000 equivalent to 10 libraries for children in Central Vietnam that were severely affected by the storms in 2020.

(Photo credit: Le Quang Long)

About Library of Dreams


About the exhibition

Photo exhibition: “Empathy – The untold stories” by Le Hong Linh is the first time photographer Le Hong Linh officially revealed his unpublished photographs.

Through his “soulful” camera lens, he tells stories about “Empathy” from all the fabric of life: from the innocent smiles and velvet eyes of the children; to the ups and downs of the unsung heroes overcoming the vicissitudes of daily life; to the time wrinkles on the elderly’s portraits as the living proof of their “life diaries”; and to the empathetic voices of nature, old villages, rice fields, leaves and morning drew drops, etc.

Through this Photo exhibition, Linh wants to transmit the message about the importance of empathy in arts, creativity and education, where he humbly shares “at last, I am also the one spending more than 30 years on the classroom lectern.”

At his first ever exhibition on the topic of "empathy", photographer Le Hong Linh would like to convey the importance of "empathy" in arts, in innovation, education, like how he has lived it through "30 years of life as a teacher".


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