City delegation visits Guangdong Museum of Revolutionary History

Deputy Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Vo Thi Dung led a city delegation to visit Guangdong Museum of Revolutionary History in China yesterday.

The delegation members pose at Guangdong Museum of Revolutionary History

The delegation members pose at Guangdong Museum of Revolutionary History


The museum saved photos, documentaries about revolutionary period of late Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh during 1923- 1927 and the establishment of the Vietnam Revolutionary Youth Association in Guangzhou city, Guangdong province. 
Secretary of the Guangdong Museum of Revolutionary History Mr. La Tung introduced to the delegation valuable materials and exhibits which have been preserved for nearly 100 years, including classrooms, living activities places of students of political courses as former General Secretaries of Tran Phu and Le Hong Phong under the education of Uncle Ho and his colleagues. 

Party and people of China always paid attention to preserve valuable documentaries and exhibits contributing to maintain the friendly solidarity relationship between the nations. 
Ms. Dung and the delegation members expressed their emotions as the first time they eyed images and exhibits about Uncle Ho’s his revolutionary period. 

On the same day, the city delegation visited officials and staffs of Consulate General of Vietnam in Guangzhou, Guangdong province.  



BY HOAI NAM- Translated by Huyen Huong

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