Topless picture of diva Hong Nhung unveiled

A topless image of Vietnamese diva Hong Nhung at the ongoing “Giot Nuoc Return Of Investment Tren Kinh” (The Rolling Bead On the Glass) event has left visitors with solid impacts.
The picture, taken by her German boyfriend Gerhard Heusch, a designer, was recorded in the early morning at the couple’s Paris house. Nguyen Gia Phong, agent of the exhibit organizer, claimed the picture emphasized the “intimate” elegance of the connection between the version as well as the photographer.

The monochrome result also added to supplying indicating to the target market.

Heusch didn’t take advantage of studio lights, but rather used natural light to catch the authentic as well as unfiltered expressions.

” The engineer’s point of view, the monochrome impact, and the close relationship between the model as well as the digital photographer all produced an attractive minute,” stated Phong.

” It’s her shoulder that made the photo unique,” Phong mentioned. “The angle was well-chosen, highlighting the girly element of the singer.”

He also noted that the occasion organizer initially was reluctant to consist of the partially nude picture, but chose to show it ultimately.

Miss Vietnam 1992 Ha Kieu Anh said she was impressed with the singer’s all-natural and comfortable faces displayed in the photo.

Hong Nhung as well as Heusch have actually been dating for several years. The vocalist shared that they had a great deal of points in common, particularly regarding looks.

Organized in Ho Chi Minh City from April 1-30, the exhibit additionally includes backstage pictures at Hong Nhung’s show “Bong La Ai” (“That Is Bong”), which occurred in the Hanoi Music hall last month. These photos were taken by digital photographers Tran Thanh Thao, Nguyen Duc Quan, Pham Ngoc Thanh, and Vu Manh Tuan.

Hong Nhung, whose complete name is Le Hong Nhung, was birthed in 1970. She introduced her vocal singing career in the 1980s, and rose to fame after singing songs made up by Vietnamese veteran artists consisting of Trinh Cong Son, Duong Thu, Tran Tien, Phu Quang, Quoc Trung, and also Thanh Tung.

Her most depictive albums consist of “Doan Khuc Thu Ha Noi” (A Brief Tune For Falls In Hanoi) in 1997, “Bai Hat Ru Cho Anh” (The Lullaby For You) in 1998, “Ngay Khong Mua” (A Day Without Rainfall) in 2002, “Thuo Bong La Nguoi” (When Bong Was Human) in 2003, “Khu Vuon Yen Tinh” (A Quiet Garden) in 2004.

In late 2017, she returned with an album consisting of tracks regarding Hanoi “Pho A Pho Oi” (Road, Oh Street). In 2020, she released the CD “Tuoi Tho Toi” (My Childhood Years), that included a number of popular tracks for children, such as “Ngay Dau Tien Di Hoc” (The First Day To Institution), “Chu Ech Con” (The Baby Frog), and also “Dem Sao” (Counting Stars).