With the aim of promoting the celebration of the 79th anniversary of the Vietnam People’s Army’s foundation (December 22, 1944 – December 22, 2023), at the same time honoring examples of female soldiers and Vietnamese women who have sacrifice, dedication, and great contribution to the revolution, to the cause of building and protecting the fatherland, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum coordinated with the Military Radio and Television Center and Media 21 to organize the organization and produced the exchange and discussion program “Steel reeds”.
The talkshow “Steel reeds”
Guests attending the show “Steel reeds”
The story of women participating in the demining force to overcome the consequences after the war, Vietnamese female soldiers participating in the conservation force peace or being away from family participating on the front lines of COVID 19 epidemic prevention… were shared closely and emotionally at the program.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Dieu Linh, Manager of the NPA/REW Mine Clearance and Survey Program shared: “Quang Tri province mine clearance team has many women participating in the disaster recovery work.” landmine. Although the work is difficult and dangerous, for a peaceful green future, we are always ready to carry out tasks to liberate the land and serve the people’s welfare.”
Ms. Nguyen Thi Dieu Linh and Ms. Nguyen Thi Hai Van (Captain of the NPA/RENEW demining women’s team) shared at the exchange session.
The story of a woman in charge of cooking in the unit who is extremely strong, good at martial arts, and won a Gold Medal at the Navy Martial Arts Festival has strongly inspired the school audience. turn. Professional military captain Pham Thi Ha – Logistics Department, Naval Commando Brigade 126 said: “Sometimes I have to train very hard, having to leave at 4 a.m. while my children are young, but I personally feel the need to try. To be successful, I think that my will has surpassed myself to complete the tasks well.”
Martial arts performance by Captain Pham Thi Ha at the studio There are also many female soldiers who, with their talents in their professional fields, have contributed to enriching and beautifying their homeland and especially creating prestige and power. for Vietnam. After leaving the army, veteran Nguyen Thi Bao Hien succeeded and became a businesswoman, continuing to contribute to the country through volunteer and gratitude activities, towards policy families and families. people who have contributed to the country.
Veteran Nguyen Thi Bao Hien, Member of the Central Executive Committee of the Vietnam Veterans Association, Standing Vice President of the Vietnam Women’s Business Association shared at the program. The guests not only brought stories and special shares. but they also donated to the Vietnamese Women’s Museum the memorabilia that accompanied them during the time they performed their special mission.
Lieutenant Colonel Do Thi Hang Nga, Deputy Head of the International Cooperation Department, Department of Peacekeeping presented artifacts to the Vietnamese Women’s Museum
Ms. Nguyen Thi Minh Huong, Vice President of the Vietnam Women’s Union and the Museum’s Board of Directors awarded the Certificate of Receiving Artifacts to female soldiers
The contributions of female soldiers have contributed to affirming the role of Vietnamese female revolutionary soldiers, dedicating their enthusiasm and talent to the people and the country, contributing to creating the face of Vietnam. The exchange and discussion program “Steel reeds” left deep emotions in the hearts of the attending guests, as an encouragement for each of us to do and contribute to see the value of life of peace today and forever.