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Can Tho city holds exhibitions on President Ho Chi Minh

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A book exhibition themed “President Ho Chi Minh lives forever in our revolutionary cause” opened at Can Tho city’s Library on August 23.

At the ribbon-cutting ceremony of book exhibition

At the ribbon-cutting ceremony of book exhibition

The event showcases more than 800 books introducing a biography and research documents on late President Ho Chi Minh, his works, the leader’s life, ideals, morality and lifestyle.
Exhibits also include 169 photos which are divided into topics of President Ho Chi Minh – Historic moments, President Ho Chi Minh lives forever in the heart of the nation, the southern region in Uncle Ho’s heart and President Ho Chi Minh with international friends.
The event’s organizer, the Department of Culture, Sport and Tourism of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho, organized a workshop on President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament - an exemplary model in working and master of  spoken words.
There is an area of photos and documents affirming Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes and its waters in the East Sea.
The exhibition will run until September 23.
In addition, the Department of Politics of the Military Zone 9, in cooperation the Ho Chi Minh Museum, organised an exhibition at the Military Zone 9 Museum in Can Tho city on the same day to mark the 50-year implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament (1969-2019).
Being on display are more than 300 documents, objects, photos and documentaries presenting President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament; and achievements in economy, society and culture, national defense and security during the 50-year implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament. The event will end on September 30.
Can Tho city holds exhibitions on President Ho Chi Minh ảnh 1 Visitors at book exhibition 
Can Tho city holds exhibitions on President Ho Chi Minh ảnh 2 At a display marking the 50-year implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s Testament (1969-2019)

By TUAN QUANG - Translated by Kim Khanh

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