Vietnamese Canadian calligrapher’s works on show

An exhibition by Vietnamese-Canadian calligrapher Truong Chanh Trung will open at the Hotel Equatorial in HCM City’s District 5 tomorrow.

On display will be water colours painted on rice paper and delicate silk sheets.

Trung is a master of calligraphy, an accomplished painter, and a sculptor. He has won several art awards, including the Symposium Tribute to Georgette Pihay Quebec and the Public Fall of the World (Quebec). His sculptures were displayed in parks and other public spaces in Quebec.



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