26/08/2023 - 16:32:40
Following people's instructions, we visited Ms. Le Bich Chau in Vinh Phuc Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, in May 2023. She is a typical example of an older person who joined hands to build the movement of good people who do good deeds in the locality. Over the past time, with many practical works, she has always promoted her role as a teacher of the people dedicated to the neighbourhood to help disadvantaged people wholeheartedly.
13/03/2023 - 14:52:59
We visited the home of late writer Pham Thang - the author of “The Days of Remembrance” - one of the five brave boys of the Iron Bowl Junior Intelligence Team, involved in establishing the secret road into Hanoi that was occupied by the invading forces.
08/03/2023 - 10:28:00
At the end of 2022, on our visit to the traditional weaving village of Phung Xa Commune, My Duc District, Hanoi (about 40km from Hanoi center to the south). We met Ms. Phan Thi Thuan, a 70-year-old woman. She is small but agile, friendly and open. She has been attached to silkworms almost her life who bringing back the revival of the traditional craft village.
24/02/2023 - 11:03:13
Writer - journalist Duong Thi Xuan Quy was born on April 19th, 1941 at 195 Hang Bong Street, Hanoi. Her hometown was in Phu Thi Village, Me So Commune, Van Giang District, Hung Yen Province. She was born in a family of French anti-colonial patriotic intellectuals and artists. Her grandfather, Duong Trong Pho, campaigned early on for Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc movement and was exiled to Con Dao Island by the French colonialists. Her father, Duong Tu Quan, was a teacher who later turned to journalism and became the chief editor of the Literature Magazine and then Tri Tan Magazine.