Warm Tet messages sent to Vietnamese naval soldiers
Apart from major food and delicacies for Tet – the Vietnamese traditional Lunar New Year, cards carrying the New Year wishes are valuable gifts to naval soldiers in different parts of Vietnam.
As a gesture showing admiration and affection for Vietnamese naval soldiers guarding the nation, schoolchildren nationwide have sent lovely messages to wish them a happy Lunar New Year or Tet holiday.
The cards have been sent to naval officers and soldiers on Con Co Island in the central province of Quang Tri and Ly Son Island in the neighboring province of Quang Ngai. The Hanoi Times reporter is honored to send the messages to the island guards.
| The trip to the islands was held by the High Command of Region 3 of the Vietnam People’s Navy. Photo: Duy Khanh/The Hanoi Times
| Dozens of Tet cards made by schoolchildren from Hanoi.
| Naval officers are happy with Tet cards.
| “Youth Club for the Homeland’s Islands and Seas” accompanies the trip to send gifts to naval soldiers on the KN-390 ship.
| Creative cards made by schoolchildren.
| Nice decorations and neat handwriting.
| Pham Ngoc Thap, Deputy Head of the Youth Club for the homeland’s islands and seas, said the club has provided gifts to five high navy command regions during this holiday.
| Captain Nguyen Khanh Tung, captain of the KN-390 ship was touched by receiving such cards from schoolchildren.