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Enjoy exhibition of gifts that the late President Ho Chi Minh
Updated at Friday, 19 May 2017, 16:30
An exhibition of gifts that the late President Ho Chi Minh had received or presented to others opened at the Ho Chi Minh museum in Hanoi on May 18, as part of activities marking the leader’s 127th birth anniversary (May 19, 1890 – 2017).
 
The exhibition on display are 79 items, which symbolise 79 years of President Ho Chi Minh’s life.
The exhibition on display are 79 items, which symbolise 79 years of President Ho Chi Minh’s life.
 
According to Vu Manh Ha, head of the Ho Chi Minh museum, the exhibition reminds of a difficult past and how caring Ho Chi Minh was towards people around him.
According to Vu Manh Ha, head of the Ho Chi Minh museum, the exhibition reminds of a difficult past and how caring Ho Chi Minh was towards people around him.
 
The exhibition is divided into three parts. The first reflects the respect and love of the Vietnamese people toward the beloved President Ho Chi Minh, who spent his life fighting for the independence and freedom of the Vietnamese nation.
The exhibition is divided into three parts. The first reflects the respect and love of the Vietnamese people toward the beloved President Ho Chi Minh, who spent his life fighting for the independence and freedom of the Vietnamese nation. It includes 27 objects offered to the President by Vietnamese organisations and individuals. 
 
They include a radio that a group of Vietnamese living in Thailand offered him in 1960 when they came back to Việt Nam and were received by the President at Hải Phòng port. President Ho Chi Minh used this radio until his death.
They include a radio that a group of Vietnamese living in Thailand offered him in 1960 when they came back to Việt Nam and were received by the President at Hải Phòng port. President Ho Chi Minh used this radio until his death.
 
The public can also see a hand-knit sweater that Duong Thuy Lien, wife of the President’s doctor Le Van Chanh made and gave to the President Ho Chi Minh after his visit to the Viet Bac war zone.
The public can also see a hand-knit sweater that Duong Thuy Lien, wife of the President’s doctor Le Van Chanh made and gave to the President Ho Chi Minh after his visit to the Viet Bac war zone.
 
The second part includes 28 objects offered to the President Ho Chi Minh by international friends to show their respect and admiration, proving the solidarity of other countries with the Vietnamese people.
The second part includes 28 objects offered to the President Ho Chi Minh by international friends to show their respect and admiration, proving the solidarity of other countries with the Vietnamese people.
 
Among the exhibits there is an wool cap of President Ho Chi Minh presented to French professor Pierre Biquard who joined in many activities protesting the U.S war in Vietnam.
Among the exhibits there is an wool cap of President Ho Chi Minh presented to French professor Pierre Biquard who joined in many activities protesting the U.S war in Vietnam.
 
The third part includes 24 objects that President Hồ Chí Minh offered to Vietnamese organisations and individuals and international friends.
The third part includes 24 objects that President Ho Chi Minh offered to Vietnamese organisations and individuals and international friends.
 
 
They include an embroidered painting of the One-Pillar Pagoda that he offered to the British lawyer Frances Henry Loseby in 1960, and a sweater that he offered to artist Linh Nham in 1967.
They include an embroidered painting of the One-Pillar Pagoda that he offered to the British lawyer Frances Henry Loseby in 1960, and a sweater that he offered to artist Linh Nham in 1967.
 
Those objects were preserved for many years in the homes of those owners and were later donated to the HCM Museum by the owners or the members of their families.
Those objects were preserved for many years in the homes of those owners and were later donated to the HCM Museum by the owners or the members of their families.
 
The exhibition runs until early July at Ho Chi Minh museum located at 19 lane 158/193 in Ngoc Ha Str., Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
The exhibition runs until early July at Ho Chi Minh museum located at 19 lane 158/193 in Ngoc Ha Str., Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
Tuyet Nhung
Source: vnexpress.vn
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