Visitors are watching photos and documents featured at an exhibition opened at the Hồ Chí Minh Museum in Hà Nội on Wednesay to mark the 129th birth anniversary of late President Hồ Chí Minh (May 19, 1890-2019). VNA/VNS Photo Thành Đạt
HÀ NỘI — An exhibition entitled “Simple and noble examples” kicked off on Wednesday at the Hồ Chí Minh Museum in Hà Nội.
The exhibition was organised by the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Communication and Education in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
It is designed to celebrate the 129th birth anniversary of late President Hồ Chí Minh (May 19, 1890-2019) and review three years of implementing the Politburo's Directive 05-CT/TU, dated May 15, 2016, on “studying and following late President Hồ Chí Minh’s thoughts, morals and style”.
The exhibition features nearly 300 images and articles praising exemplary models for living, fighting, working and studying in a manner which follows the late President’s moral example.
In his opening speech, Director of the Hồ Chí Minh Museum Vũ Mạnh Hà said this is the seventh consecutive year the exhibition has been organised.
It will encourage more people to emulate President Hồ's example, he said.
One of outstanding people honoured in the exhibition is Trần Thị Thúy, a teacher at the Đức Hợp High School in Kim Động District, the northern province of Hưng Yên.
She has gained many awards such as the national second prize for creative teachers with information technology in 2016. She is one of the top 50 teachers to receive the Global Teacher Prize 2019. Thúy, together with 45 students, joined a project to attend the contest “Protect our lives from poisonous pesticides”. The project involved connecting knowledge of different subjects such as English, biology, chemistry, literature and geography.
“As an English teacher, I always hope students study the subject and social skills well," Thúy said. "With the theme of learning and following the morality of President Hồ Chí Minh, I applied much in my teaching. I myself must be an example for my students, and then explore and support their ability.”
The exhibition will be open until July 20. VNS