City delegation visits Boston's hotel where Uncle Ho worked during nation salvation journey

Before finishing a visit to the United States, a city delegation led by  HCMC Party Commettee Secretary Le Thanh Hai paid a visit to the Omni Parker House in Boston city, Massachusetts where President Ho Chi Minh worked from 1912 to 1913.

During journeys finding out ways to libetate the nation Van Ba, who became President Ho Chi Minh later,  lived in New York City (Harlem) and Boston, where he worked as a baker at the Omni Parker House Hotel.

Receiving the delegation, a manager of the Omni Parker House said that Vietnamese visitors and foreigners ever visited the hotel kitchen and they always brought emotional stories about President Ho Chi Minh City for me.”

A manager introduces cake making equipments which Van Ba ever used during the visit of HCMC delegation to Omni Parker House on July 16.

Vietnamese-American baker Tran Xuan Tuoi (White T-shirt), who has worked as baker at the hotel kitchen for 17 years introduces clearly cake marking equipments which Van Ba used.

Uncle Ho’s photos are solemnly hung on a wall of the hotel.

Mr. Le Thanh Hai offeres a painting of  Dragon House Wharf, where Ho Chi Minh Museum is based and young guy Van Ba departed his journey for finding ways to liberate the nation in 1911, to a manager of the Omni Parker House.

Representatives of the Omni Parker House welcomes HCMC’s delegation on July 16.

By Hồng Hiệp- Translated by Huyen Huong

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