Copies of precious artifacts on Uncle Ho presented to Kim Lien Special National Monument

The delegation of Harvard University presents copies of artifacts and documents to Kim Lien Special National Monument. (Photo:

On April 9, during the working program in Vietnam, a delegation from Harvard University (US) led by Dr. Anthony Saich, Professor of International Relations, Director of the Asian Studies Foundation at the Center for Governance, Kennedy School of Government and Public Policy (HKS), Harvard University, and Project Manager of “Undiscovered Vietnam War Legacy” visited Kim Lien Special National Monument in Nam Dan district, Nghe An province.

At Kim Lien Special National Monument, the delegation came to offer flowers and incense at the President Ho Chi Minh Memorial House, and visit the relic of the house of Nguyen Sinh Sac, where President Ho Chi Minh lived during childhood.

On this occasion, the delegation presented Kim Lien Special National Monument with a microfilm copy document that is the notebook of a military unit in the B3 battlefield - Central Highlands, expressing that respect for Uncle Ho is a symbol and motivation for soldiers to fight to protect the Fatherland.

The notebook contains poems dedicated to Uncle Ho's birthday. This is really a valuable document showing the people's love and respect for Uncle Ho. Documents were captured via microfilm and reviewed by Harvard University researchers./.


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