Over 100 calligraphy works are set to go on show to the public at Hanoi's Temple of Literature between October 2-10 to commemorate the 1,010th anniversary of the former imperial citadel of Thang Long, now Hanoi capital.
The exhibition, themed “Thang Long-Hanoi,” and will see the participation of 10 calligraphy clubs from across the capital city, in addition to many clubs from all three of the country’s regions.
The event will provide a space for the community to enjoy and members of the public can view calligraphers writing Nom, the Chinese character-based Vietnamese script.
Visitors will be given the chance to write Nom script themselves, chat with the calligraphers and enjoy an array of interactive activities. VOV
A grand ceremony marking the 1010th anniversary of Thang Long - Hanoi will be held at Ly Thai To Garden in the heart of Hanoi on the evening of October 10, according to the municipal People’s Committee.