|Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh (first row, second from right) attends the exhibition on President Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese land, and its people in Brasilia, September 25, 2023. (Photo: VOV)
The exhibition showcases 200 photos, documents and sketches of President Ho Chi Minh, who travelled to Brazil in 1912 on his journey to find a way to save the nation.
The exhibition is divided into four parts describing President Ho Chi Minh and his hometown, family, and youth; his leadership in resistance wars; his daily life; and his status as a symbol of friendship around the world.
The art program, called “Colours of Vietnam”, entertained the audience with the songs and dances of different regions in Vietnam and a demonstration of Vietnam’s traditional long dress.
On Monday evening, PM Chinh left Brasilia for Hanoi, concluding a trip during which he also attended the High-Level Week of the 78th Session of the United Nations General Assembly and conducted bilateral activities in the US.