December 31

December 31

1930Nguyen Ai Quoc (an alias of Ho Chi Minh) sent a letter to the Communist International’s Oriental Department, reporting activities of some Vietnamese revolutionaries. He also said that he had sent some of his articles to the department but they had not been published.

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Growing vegetables is more effective than growing rice. (Photo: SGGP)

Rice cultivation shows uncertainties

Farmers in provinces in the Mekong Delta are entering the harvest time of the summer-autumn rice crop; however, as the rice price is not high this year while consumption faces difficulties, farmers do not earn much. Therefore, replacing crops to increase income for farmers has become an urgent matter.

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December 22

December 22

1919  A French intelligence report said that Nguyen Ai Quoc attended a meeting of the CTG Trade Union, where he gave out copies of “Claims of the Annamite people.”
December 19

December 19

1919 French detectives reported that Nguyen Ai Quoc had visited a library, bookstore, the House of Representatives (to meet parliamentarian Marcel Cachin who later became a Communist leader), and the Louvre Museum. In the evening, he stopped by the house at 6 Villa des Gobelins to speak with Phan Chu Trinh and Phan Van Truong.
December 18

December 18

1919 French detectives reported that Nguyen Ai Quoc had met Khanh Ky, a Vietnamese photographer who was involved in the revolutionary activities of the “Group of Vietnamese patriots in France.”
December 13

December 13

1919 French detectives reported that Nguyen Ai Quoc visited the Luxembourg Garden in Paris after his trip to the Sainte Genevieve Library.