Marking the 128th birth anniversary of Ho Chi Minh (May 19), the exhibition is displaying 300 photographs and articles, which tell moving stories of 58 groups and 70 individuals. These people have overcome their difficulties and contributed to common benefits of the community as well as peace and prosperity of the country.
Among them is Ho Van Vai, a Party member, who donated nearly 290 m2 of his family’s land for the building of a kindergarten in Thuan commune, Huong Hoa district in the central province of Quang Tri. He has also encouraged locals not to practice slash-and-burn agriculture and to apply new technology into their production. He regularly visited families with adolescent members to guide these youths to involve in local cultural activities.
Another name is Ta Dinh Huy, dubbed a “bare feet inventor”, who was among 17 farmers with best inventions selected by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in 2015.
Vu Manh Ha, director of the museum, said similar exhibitions have been held for the last six years as a meaningful political and cultural activity.
Through the introduction of real-life examples nationwide, visitors to the exhibition can find their most suitable ways to participate in the national campaign, he added.
The exhibition is opened to the public until September.