Social Documentary Photography Exhibition (Jan. 16-Feb. 28)
The photo, taken on January 16, shows visitors viewing the works of photographer Xie Hailong during an exhibition at the Xie Zilong Photography Museum. A social documentary photography exhibition entitled “Xie Hailong: Mirror of Hope” opened at the museum that day, and will run until February 28. (Photo/Guo Liliang, Hunan Daily)
Xie Hailong is the former deputy secretary-general of the China Photographers Association. In 1991, he shot the representative work introducing the Project Hope -- Big Eyes, which moved the whole country and changed the fate of thousands of poverty-stricken children, becoming a symbol of the times.
Project Hope is a Chinese program aiming at financing education for poverty-stricken students.
The photo, taken on January 16, shows visitors viewing the representative work of the Project Hope -- Big Eyes, taken by photographer Xie Hailong during an exhibition at the Xie Zilong Photography Museum. (Photo/Guo Liliang, Hunan Daily)
Note: During the epidemic period, visitors are required to show valid identity documents and health codes, cooperate with the temperature measurement and wear a mask when visiting.
Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: hunantoday.cn