Primary Department of Culture and Information launched a picture-composed contest to propagandize a campaign, titled “Study and follow the moral example of Ho Chi Minh”.

December 26, 2007          1679 views

(Cinet)- The contest launched by Primary Department of Culture and Information aims at encouraging the whole Party, people and army to be deeply aware of basic contents and great values of Ho Chi Minh President’s revolutionary moral example and thought. That helps to create strong changes on self-improved awareness, moral practice, improvement of revolutionary morals, diligence, saving, integrity, public-spirited and selfless; and combat degradation on political and moral thought, lifestyle and social evils, contributing to implementing the success of the 10th National Assembly Resolution of the Party.

According to the Organizing Board, so far, Primary Department of Culture and Information has officially launched in 3 provinces: Binh Duong, Nghe An and Hai Phong. At the same time, another launching campaign will be held in Hanoi on 28th December. Participants comprise all Vietnamese citizens and overseas Vietnamese. Participatory works focus on praising human, virtue and Ho Chi Minh Leader’s bright morality; study and follow the moral example of Ho Chi Minh through his speeches, writings, letters, and advices for locals, sectors, departments, units, agencies associated with the implementation of specific tasks in the fields: economy, society, culture, education, medicine, security, defense, groups of age and sex like old man, women, young people, teenagers and children…….These works will be presented on a dimension paper (54cm x 79cm), but not limit performing forms and colors. Each author can send one or many other works in the current period. The Organizing Board is expected to summarize and award 3 prize A, 6 prize B, 12 consolation prizes and 3 movement prizes for excellent works and enthusiastic participatory units on May 2008.

(Source: CPV)


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