On the occasion of the 110th anniversary of Nguyen Ai Quoc’s departure to find a way to save the country from foreign domination (June 5, 1911 – June 5, 2021), an exhibition themed Ho Chi Minh entitled Nguoi di tim hinh cua nuoc (President Ho Chi Minh - the person who brought back freedom to the country) is on display at National Library of Vietnam.
|President Ho Chi Minh - the beloved leader of Vietnamese workers and people and a revolutionary leader, had received praise internationally. File Photo|
The exhibition, which lasts until June 15, is divided into four parts: “From Sen Village to Nha Rong Wharf”, “Tracing the Imprints of President Ho Chi Minh”, “Our Faith on President Ho Chi Minh” and “The Ideological and Moral Values of Uncle Ho”.
There are over 600 valuable photos, documents, and objects being on display, helping visitors better understand the life and revolutionary career of President Ho Chi Minh, from his childhood in Sen village to the year 1911- when he started his journey to find the national salvation path.
President Ho Chi Minh had devoted all his life to the nation, as he once said: “My whole life has only one purpose, the interests of the motherland, and the happiness of the people. Whenever I have to hide in the mountains, or go to prison, and overcome all danger it is only for that purpose."
Historians have agreed that for the Vietnamese people, President Ho Chi Minh is a great example of the revolutionary spirit of resilience, independence, humanity, and love for the people, ethics, selflessness, and simplicity.
The day Uncle Ho left the country to find a way to save Vietnam from foreign domination was a milestone of the nation's history and has a special meaning for each Vietnamese. Thus, the anniversary is worth to be celebrated annually, they said.