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Young Hanoians intrigued by high-tech historical exhibition
Hoang Nam 10:29, 2024/01/21
This pioneering multimedia exhibition delves into the essence of Hanoi, showcasing its evolution through 200 meticulously curated narratives. Over 5,000 stories collected by Humans of Hanoi serve as the rich tapestry from which these narratives are woven.

Hanoi, Vietnam: A confluence of evocative photography and innovative multimedia technology engages young Hanoians in an exciting odyssey through their city's vibrant past, dynamic present, and envisaged future. "Streams of Hanoi," a collaborative exhibition between Humans of Hanoi and Ocean City, a project chronicling the lives of ordinary Hanoians, invites visitors to embark on a captivating journey through time.

Stepping into the exhibition is like passing through a time portal. Renowned visual artist Cao Hoàng Long masterfully utilizes set design, evocative lighting, and spatial manipulation to blend the Hanoi of yesteryear with its contemporary iteration within the same space. Rather than being passive observers, visitors are actively engaged in the multi-sensory experience, interacting with visuals and narratives that bring history to life.


 Photos showcase. Photo: STREAM OF HANOI

This pioneering multimedia exhibition delves into the essence of Hanoi, charting  its evolution through 200 meticulously curated narratives. Over 5,000 stories collected by Humans of Hanoi serve as the rich tapestry from which these narratives are woven. From the quaint, timeworn alleyways and serene rhythms of bygone eras to the sprawling boulevards and burgeoning metropolises of today, "Streams of Hanoi" paints a compelling portrait of a city pulsating with life and resplendent in its multifaceted character.


 Representation of the modern Hanoi. Photo: STREAM OF HANOI

"Traditional history lessons never truly resonated with me," confessed a young visitor. "But this exhibition is fresh, interactive, and tells Hanoi's story through the voices of its people. It brings history to   life   in a way I've never experienced before."


 Photo: STREAM OF HANOI

"Streams of Hanoi" continues to enthral visitors at 93 Dinh Tien Hoang until January 21. This innovative exhibition offers a unique opportunity to experience Hanoi's captivating narrative through a modern lens. Don't miss this chance to discover the soul of a city pulsating with the timeless stories of its people.

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