|Liberation: An exhibition featuring posters to commemorate 70 years of the national resistance and encourage a civilised lifestyle during festivals opened on Monday in Pleiku City. — VNS Photo Dư Toán|Viet Nam News
GIA LAI — An exhibition featuring posters to commemorate 70 years of the national resistance (December 19, 1946 – December 19, 2016) and encourage a civilised lifestyle during festivals has recently opened in Đại Đoàn Kết (Great Unity) Square in Pleiku City.
Jointly organised by the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Tourism and Gia Lai Province’s People’s Committee, the art event displays 190 large paintings by various artists from across the nation, 60 of which are advertising panels promoting local tourism.
Through the exhibited paintings, visitors will be able to understand more about the meaning, the heroic tradition, and strong determination to preserve national independence and unity.
The event also confirms the leadership role of the Party and President Hồ Chí Minh in the cause of national liberation, as well as to honour and pay tribute to the significant contribution of everyone in constructing and protecting the country.
Simultaneously, it reflects the civilised lifestyle in festivals; supports improvements in festival management, the preservation and promotion of traditional cultural values and customs; educates on the tradition of paying tribute to ancestors and creates a joyful atmosphere for local cultural life.
In 2016, Gia Lai Province successfully hosted two poster exhibitions that encourage local people to abide by the Party and State’s policies and therefore contribute to the stable construction and development of the nation.
The exhibition will run until December 20. — VNS