70 years of accompanying the country

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Important historical milestones

March 11, 1951: The first issue of Nhan Dan Newspaper was published (weekly).

September 7, 1954: From Issue No.222, Nhan Dan newspaper was published twice a day.

October 20, 1954: From Issue No.241, Nhan Dan newspaper was published daily.

February 12, 1989: The first issue of Nhan Dan Sunday was published; February 3, 1995: Renamed from Nhan Dan Sunday to Nhan Weekend.

January 1, 1997: Nhan Dan newspaper (daily) increased from 4 pages to 8 pages.

May 1997: The first issue of Nhan Dan Monthly was published.

June 21, 1998: The Vietnamese version of Nhan Dan Online was launched on the internet.

March 11, 1999: The English version of Nhan Dan Online was launched on the internet.

January 4, 2010: The first issue of Thoi Nay (Present Day) Newspaper (a publication of Nhan Dan Newspaper) was published.

August 30, 2012: The Chinese version of Nhan Dan Online was launched online.

June 20, 2014: The French version of Nhan Dan Online was launched online.

September 1, 2015: Nhan Dan Television officially broadcast for the first time.

February 3, 2017: The Russian version of Nhan Dan Online was launched online.

January 25, 2019: The Spanish version of Nhan Dan Online was launched ionline.

February 3, 2020: Premiere of the 90-episode television documentary series entitled “Vietnam in the Ho Chi Minh Era - A Television History”.

The 90-episode television documentary series entitled “Vietnam in the Ho Chi Minh Era - A Television History” won the Special Prize at the fifth Bua Liem Vang (Golden Hammer and Sickle) Press Awards 2020.

May 29, 2020: The Nhan Dan Documentary and Cinema Studio was established.

Noble awards: Gold Star Order, Ho Chi Minh Order (twice), the title of Hero of People's Armed Forces, the title of “Hero of Labour in the “Doi Moi” (Renewal) Period”.

Nhan Dan Newspaper has a contingent of correspondents in 63 provinces and cities nationwide. Its representative offices are located in Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, and Can Tho and it also has representative offices in China, France, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Russia.

The Nhan Dan Newspaper booth at the Vietnam Press Museum attracted visitors wanting to learn the history of the country's revolutionary journalism. Photo: Mai Chi Vu