To mark the 63rd anniversary of the August Revolution (on 19th August) and National Day (2nd September), a lot of activities have been conducted around the country. For the occasion, three Vietnamese who live overseas were presented with certificates of merit.
On Friday, the Ho Chi Minh City Committee for Vietnamese Living Overseas received Third-Class Labor Order, which was granted by the State President for the committee’s great performance.
Over the past two years, the committee has granted 1,496 certificates of Vietnamese origin to Vietnamese people living abroad. The committee has also collected approximately VND56 billion (US$3.4 million) from the contributions of Vietnamese people who live overseas as a part of their charitable activities.
On this occasion, the committee handed the Foreign Minister’s certificates of merit to three Vietnamese who live overseas. These three people have made great contributions to
According to the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese people, a delegation of 45 overseas Vietnamese people from 17 countries returned home on Friday to take part in the activities that celebrate
On the same day, the Party Committee of Military Zone 7 held a meeting to mark National Day. Speaking at the event, Lieutenant General, Nguyen Thanh Cung, the military zone’s party committee secretary said that Military Zone 7 has developed strongly in recent years and has made a significant contribution to the country’s development. The military zone will continue its efforts to improve its activities and performance in the future, he said.
At a meeting that took place in the Phu Nhuan District on Friday, the local Party Committee presented badges of Party seniority for 30, 40, 50, 60 years to 76 veteran members of the Party.
Also on Friday in Da Nang, the city’s Department of Culture, Information and Tourism held an historical exhibition at Trung Vuong Theatre to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the anti-French colonialist movement by the city’s people (1/9/1858 – 1/9/2008).
The 25th national art exhibition also kicked off at the Vietnamese Cultural and Art Exhibition, with more than 280 art works on display. The exhibition will run until the 14th September.
On the occasion of National Day, the