Foreign article spotlights President Ho Chi Minh’s life, dedication

Tuesday, 2020-05-19 10:32:13
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NDO/VNA - Artistic Director and founder of Bangladesh’s Turongomi Repertory Dance Theatre Pooja Sengupta shared the Bangladeshi people’s sentiment for President Ho Chi Minh.

In her article, Sengupta, who choreographed a play on Ho Chi Minh’s life that was staged in September 2019, said like in Vietnam, President Ho Chi Minh is admired by a large number of Bangladeshi people who view him as a dedicated politician.

He travelled around the world to seek international friends’ support for national liberation and reunification in Vietnam, she wrote, noting that he is also one the few world leaders who succeeded in struggling by using both the pen and revolutionary actions.

Concluding her article, the artist sent congratulations to the Vietnamese people and admirers of President Ho Chi Minh around the world on the leader’s 130th birth anniversary (May 19).

* The book “President Ho Chi Minh, the Founder of Modern Vietnam – Thailand Relations,” which tells stories about his stay in Thailand, is set to be published in English in celebration of his 130th birthday (May 19, 1890 – 2020).

The English version of the five-chapter book by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Prachacksha Saisang, former lecturer at Thailand’s Naresuan University will soon be available for readers, providing insights into the late President’s journey to inspire patriotism among the Vietnamese community in Thailand.

It is expected to help the book to reach more readers from all over the world and make them understand better about his life, career and strong sentiment towards Thailand and its people, which was fundamental for the two countries’ strategic partnership.

The Vietnamese and Thai versions, co-authored by Assistant Professor Dr. Truong Thi Hang at Lampang Rajabhat University and Prof. Chuan Petkaew at Suratthani Rajabhat University in Thailand, were published in May last year.

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