Another Ho Chi Minh cultural space established in nation's largest city


An exhibition on the Ho Chi Minh cultural space held in Binh Thanh District arouses the audience to read books and watch documentary films on Uncle Ho’s life and career. (Photo:

Secretary of the Ward 5 Party Committee Nguyen Thi Thuy Tram, said that the activity aimed to deepen the studying and following of Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morality and style, making it regular work of each individual. “It also helps build a healthy cultural environment, forming the Ho Chi Minh cultural space, promoting the cultural characteristics and personality of the people of a dynamic and creative city,” she added.

On this occasion, Ward 5 launched the Ho Chi Minh cultural space at the Buddhist Temple, which displays many documents and books about the life and career of President Ho Chi Minh and his revolutionary activities. There are also many pictures of President Ho Chi Minh's daily life and work, and those of President Ho Chi Minh with children and the city’s residents.

In Binh Thanh district, there are about 180 places of worship. It is expected that in 2022, the district will establish the Ho Chi Minh cultural space at about 60 religious institutions, thereby contributing to bringing the studying of Uncle Ho's example closer to the people.

On this occasion, Ward 5’s agencies and streets registered for the implementation of the Ho Chi Minh cultural space. To mark the month for the poor, the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ward 5 coordinated with the Buddhist Temple to give 100 presents to poor, near-poor households and ethnic minority households in the area./.



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