Exhibition ‘For a win-win Vietnam’ sends message of optimism

(VOVWORLD) - Paintings and letters by autistic children, children with cancer, and children affected by Agent Orange are on display at the website vimotvietnamtatthang.vn. The online exhibition conveys a message of sharing and hope for better future in the context of COVID-19.

Exhibition ‘For a win-win Vietnam’ sends message of optimism - ảnh 1A picture “Things to do to prevent COVID-19” by 6-year-old Le Nguyen Yen Nhi from SOS village in Dong Hoi, Quang Binh province. (Photo: Ngoc Thanh) 

The 250 excellent paintings and letters created by children 4 to 16 convey a message of encouragement and love to the frontline health workers fighting to defeat COVID-19. 19. Each of them tells a story which demonstrates a child’s interest in national issues and hope for a better future. Some of the authors said: 

“I want to express my thanks to all the frontline health workers in the fight against COVID-19. In my picture, I drew doctors and the 5K message to remind people to comply with regulations on pandemic prevention and control.”

“I wish all the doctors good health so they can continue the fight against COVID-19. I want to become a doctor in the future.”

“I hope that life will get back to normal soon, so I can go back to school.”

Despite struggling with diseases, the children are still optimistic about a better future. 

“For a win-win Vietnam” is a painting and literary contest for children with autism and serious diseases. The contest was co-organized by the Sun of Hope Program, the Hope Foundation, the VnExpress online newspaper, and Foreign Trade University.

The exhibition honors optimism and calls for social sharing with disadvantaged children, according to Mr. Minh Nhan, a member of the organizing board.

“We hope that through this contest, children will convey their energy and hope for a victorious Vietnam. Despite life’s difficulties, the children still believe that Vietnam will inevitably defeat the pandemic,” said Nhan.