Exhibition marks President Ho’s birthday

An exhibition on President Ho Chi Minh opened in the northern province of Thai Nguyen on May 14 to mark the President’s 122nd birthday (May 19, 1890-2012) and the 65th anniversary of the President’s arrival at the Thai Nguyen safe zone to lead the resistance war against the French colonists.

Visitors at the exhibition. (Photo: baothainguyen.org.vn)
Visitors at the exhibition. (Photo: baothainguyen.org.vn)

The exhibition contains more than 2,000 publications, including articles written by Uncle Ho when he lived and worked at the safe zone, writings honouring the President by Vietnamese and international scholars, submissions to the ‘Study and Follow President Ho Chi Minh’s Moral Example’ campaign, as well as writings on Party and State leaders and acclaimed army commanders.

The exhibition also focuses on the land and people of Thai Nguyen province, agriculture, farmers and rural areas and includes entries responding to the ‘The whole country joins hands to build a new rural lifestyle’ movement.

The exhibition provides readers, writers and researchers with treasured documents on the value of the country’s revolutionary movement, national traditions and the President’s ideology.

The exhibition will run until May 20.

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