The Vice President also presented four houses of gratitude, and 30 gifts worth US$88 each, to the families of revolutionary contributors in Vinh Long province.
An exhibition opened at the Vietnam Culture and Arts Exhibition Center on Tuesday to honor fallen soldiers. The event, organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, showcases documents, objects, and photos on President Ho Chi Minh, the Party and State’s guidelines and policies on caring for war invalids and martyrs, and achievements in paying a debt of gratitude over the past 70 years.
It also features society’s care for heroic mothers, and revolutionary contributors. Vuong Duy Bien is Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
“The exhibition reflects Vietnam’s tradition of drinking water, remembering the source. It aims to pay tribute to those who sacrificed for national independence. The exhibition honors the great contributions of soldiers during Vietnam’s two resistance wars. Films, art performances, and workshops on this theme are included in the program”.
A music performance was presented in Ho Chi Minh City on this occasion to promote love for the homeland, and national pride among the city’s young people.