President Ho Chi Minh lives forever in the hearts of Vietnamese people

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(VOVWORLD) - May 19th, 2022, marks the 132nd birthday of President Ho Chi Minh, the national liberation hero and a world cultural celebrity. Activities are being held inside and outside Vietnam to celebrate his birthday.
President Ho Chi Minh lives forever in the hearts of Vietnamese people - ảnh 1The procession of Uncle Ho's photos from President Ho Chi Minh Memorial House at Kim Lien National Special Monument to Sen village Stadium, Kim Lien commune, Nam Dan district, Nghe An province. (photo: Duc Anh/

One outstanding cultural event is the Sen (Lotus) Village Festival taking place in Nghe An province, the native soil of President Ho Chi Minh, from May 14th to May 28th. The Festival includes an art performance called “Mother of Sen village”, a lotus exhibition, a National Tuong and Performing Arts Festival, and an ao dai show.

Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Ta Quang Dong said: “The Lotus Village Festival is an important cultural event, an opportunity for Vietnamese people to show their respect and endless gratitude for President Ho Chi Minh. The Festival celebrates the revolutionary life of President Ho Chi Minh in order to promote patriotism and build great national unity.”

Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Information and Communications is holding a photo exhibition celebrating the 132nd birthday of President Ho Chi Minh and the 111 years since he left Vietnam to seek a path to national salvation.

The Center of Cinema and Culture in Ho Chi Minh City will screen the film “A portrait of Ho Chi Minh” at Open University.

President Ho Chi Minh lives forever in the hearts of Vietnamese people - ảnh 2A performance at the show "Uncle Ho, an immense love" at the Hanoi Opera Theater on 18/5/2022. (photo:

Director Huynh Cong Khoi Nguyen said: “The archives of the National Film Institute contain many precious documents and films about President Ho Chi Minh. We want to introduce them to the public, especially students and young people, to enrich their knowledge of traditions and ideology.”

An exhibition called “Stand up and raise your voice” in Hanoi features the journalistic career of President Ho Chi Minh and honors his contribution to Vietnam’s revolutionary journalism during its two national resistance wars. President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday is being celebrated in many countries.

Pornphen Phephuon, a Vietnamese-Thai woman, who visited the Ho Chi Minh Museum in Phichit province, Thailand, said: “I’m always busy with my business. But on important occasions I attend events at the Museum. I’m proud of such a national leader as President Ho Chi Minh and this historical site in Thailand.”

Vietnamese people in Laos offered incense to commemorate President Ho Chi Minh and held a quiz on Ho Chi Minh and Vietnam.