12 January 2013

Angola: Photo Exhibition On Hairstyles Records Turnout in Lubango

Lubango — Over a thousand people flocked this week to a photographic exhibition displaying typical hairstyles since Tuesday in Media-library located in Lubango city, southern Huila province, under the national culture day (08 January).

Highlighting the importance of the exhibition, the citizen Filomena Henriques said that the event portrays the traditions of ethno linguistic communities in the provinces of Huila.

While, Teresa Borges said that photographic exhibition largely encourages people to learn more about its origin and the importance of its defence of national identity.

In his turn, the deputy director for the academic field of Polytechnic Institute of Huila (ISP), Castilho Cacumba also considered important the photographic exhibition of hairstyles, because it helps the society to increase the range of knowledge about the regional culture.

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