Activities nationwide mark President Ho Chi Minh’s departure to seek path to national liberation

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NDO - Over 300 documents and artefacts on President Ho Chi Minh’s revolutionary career are on display at an exhibition which officially opened at the Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi on June 5.

The event was held jointly by the Party Central Committee (PCC) Office and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Among the exhibits, several documents and artefacts were made public for the first time.

The exhibition was divided into eight parts, introducing the arduous journey full of the will and energy of young patriotic man Nguyen Tat Thanh (another name of President Ho Chi Minh) during his 30 years of traveling across three oceans and four continents, visiting nearly 30 countries, to seek the path to national salvation.

The event will run until October 28. The information on the exhibition was posted on the website of the PCC Office ( and the Ho Chi Minh Museum (

* Around 400 books and newspapers are on display at the Hanoi Library from June 4-17, showing Vietnamese people’s deep tribute to President Ho Chi Minh for his great dedication to national liberation.

Books on President Ho Chi Minh displayed at the Hanoi Library. (Photo:

Divided into four categories, the exhibits also help visitors gain a better understanding of the life and revolutionary career of President Ho as well as his great attention to the capital city of Hanoi.

The books and articles are also published via the website of the Hanoi Library, so readers can access the books’ contents easily amidst the COVID-19 epidemic.

* The Tre (Youth) Publishing House has issued the map entitled “Uncle Ho's 30-year journey to find a way to save the country”.

The map reflecting President Ho Chi Minh's 30-year journey to find a way for national liberation. (Photo:

It reproduces the historical process of leaving the country to find a path to national salvation and the revolutionary activities of President Ho Chi Minh from June 5, 1911, until January 28, 1941, when he returned to the homeland.

Each stage during his journey was depicted with a different colour and number, helping viewers to easily search information.

The map as a scientific work was researched, implemented and completed over a period of three months.

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