The event, part of the activities held in response to the World Environment Day, is organised by Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in co-ordination with the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union and Bac Kan provincial People’s Committee.
The exhibition introduces the value of Vietnam’s forest in various localities.
On display is a panoramic view of Vietnam’s nature including the life cycles of various insects and the Ba Be National Park, which has been recognised as the third wetland of international importance (Ramsar) in Vietnam.
The efforts of the world’s community in preserving natural resources are also highlighted in the event.
In addition, 35 pieces of work on diverse biology and 300 photos of forests, which have been printed as posters, are on display.
The exhibition will last until June 9, after which, the pieces will be sent to news agencies and schools.