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31/03/2022 - 08:21

Story of President Ho Chi Minh's life through “The Seeker for the Image of the Nation” exhibition

The exhibition “The Seeker for the Image of the Nation” introduces to the public the President Ho Chi Minh's 30-year journey through 3 oceans and 4 continents, with nearly 30 countries to find a way to save the country and liberate the nation. The exhibition was organized by the provincial Ho Chi Minh Museum and opened on the afternoon of March 29 at Thuan An High School (Hue City).

A corner in “The Seeker for the Image of the Nation” exhibition

This activity is part of the series of events celebrating the 47th anniversary of the Thua Thien Hue Liberation Day, the 91st founding anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union; heading towards the celebration of the Day of Liberation of the South, Reunification of the Nation, and the 132th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh.

The exhibition aims to affirm the great contributions of President Ho Chi Minh to the revolutionary cause of the Vietnamese Party and nation, to the international communist and workers' movement. The event especially emphasizes on the President Ho Chi Minh's determination to save the country and the people through his departure to find a way to save the country (on 1911), affirming his revolutionary strategic thinking and vision in his journey to find a way to save the country, as well as the theoretical and practical values ​​of Ho Chi Minh's thought in the cause of national construction and defense today.

At the same time, the exhibition also aims to propagate and educate the affection and respect of the Vietnamese people from all walks of life, and the admiration of international people for President Ho Chi Minh.

Besides the exhibition, the provincial Ho Chi Minh Museum held a screening of the documentary film “Following Uncle Ho”, and a “Ring the Golden Bell” contest with the theme “Youth with Uncle Ho” for 12th grade students of Thuan An High School.

The exhibition lasts until the end of March 30.

By Nhat Minh