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Photo exhibition “Coi mai vang Tinh Tam”

TTH.VN - “Coi mai vang Tinh Tam” (roughly translated as “Tranquillity from the Root of Yellow Apricot”) is the title of an exhibition by Le Van Loi, a Buddhism retired scholar, displayed at the Intercultural Meeting Point (Bach Dang Street, Hue City) from March 28th to April 3rd.

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 The exhibition showcasing beautiful images of the landscapes and people of Thua Thien Hue.

The exhibition features photographs by Buddhism retired scholar Le Van Loi (1936 - 2023), capturing the beautiful memories of a bygone era. These include images of Linh Mu Pagoda, Tu Hieu Pagoda, and Bo De Junior High School; the photographs depicting educational activities and social work in rural villages of Thua Thien Hue; the photographs reflecting the daily life of Hue residents; those of rural landscapes, Hue people wearing traditional ao dai, lotus flowers, and portraits of women…

Ms. Le Luu Dieu Duc, daughter of the retired scholar Le Van Loi, shares that her father devoted much effort to Buddhist affairs, education, social work, enjoying nature and art, especially photography. He had the opportunity to interact with and capture images of many individuals, life scenes, and events. Many meaningful moments were created through the convergence of light, space, time, and all things he encountered. Whether these captured moments were accidental or intentional, natural or slightly arranged, perhaps they all expressed some thoughts and reflected his views on life and aesthetics.

The retired scholar Le Van Loi graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the first cohort of the University of Hue; and, he taught at various schools: Bo De Huu Ngan, Bo De Thanh Noi, Ham Nghi, Gia Hoi, Hue Pedagogical College, and Thua Thien Hue Buddhist Intermediate School. He was also involved in charitable work, teaching homeless children, organizing social activities, and disaster relief with Buddhist organizations and students.

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