Exhibition on President Ho Chi Minh’s life, career and ideology opens in Nam Dinh province

Cutting ribbon to open the exhibition (Source: CPV)

Speaking at the opening of the exhibition, Mr. Pham Dinh Nghi, Deputy Secretary of the Nam Dinh Provincial Party Committee and Chairman of Nam Dinh Provincial People's Committee, said that during his lifetime, President Ho Chi Minh visited and worked in the province five times (1946, 1957, 1958, 1959 and 1963). In which, the last time he visited Nam Dinh was on May 21, 1963. Every time Uncle Ho visited the locality, he left deep memories, many speeches, articles and pages of autobiography, clearly showing Uncle Ho's care and concern for the Party, military and people in the province.

Accordingly, 261 photos, 80 artifacts, 38 written copies, excerpts on President Ho Chi Minh's life of revolutionary activities, and memories about Uncle Ho’s five visits to Nam Dinh are on display.

On this occasion, diverse activities such as a writing contest on Uncle Ho and Nam Dinh and a seminar on Nam Dinh’s 60 years of implementing Uncle Ho’s teaching will be held on May 19./.


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