The event, organised by the Ministry of Information and Communications and the provincial People’s Committee, features more than 200 documentary photos, objects, videos, books, and newspapers about ethnic and religious affairs.
They give visitors an insight into the solidarity, creativity, integration, and sustainable development in ethnic minority communities; the religions and beliefs in Vietnam; the fight against the abuse of ethnic and religious issues; and the ethnic groups and religions in Bac Giang.
The display aims to help maintain and bring into play the values of historical and cultural traditions of Vietnam, strengthen the solidarity among ethnic groups and religions in socio-economic development and national safeguarding, and step up the dissemination of information about ethnic groups, their history and culture, along with the Party’s viewpoints and the State’s policies and laws on ethnic and religious affairs.
It will run through December 9. After that, all the exhibits will be handed over to Bac Giang to serve communications work in the province.