So far, the Exhibition “Uncle Ho with the Cause of Women’s Emancipation” has been taken to eight remote provinces such as Son La, Dien Bien, Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Thai Nguyen etc., serving 130,000 visitors who are Women’s Union members, students and local people. The exhibition has been very impressive to visitors, particularly women. Ms. Quan Thi Muon, from Phu Village, Noong Het Commune, Dien Bien District commented: “I am very moved when visiting the exhibition brought to our commune by the Museum. We are very happy to see the images of women from all nationalities meeting Uncle Ho including those from our Thai ethnic group. We are very proud of it and very grateful to the Party and Uncle Ho for giving us our lives today”.
Exhibition in Dien Bien
This year, on the 124th birth anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum provides some photos taken by Uncle Ho with women displayed at the Exhibition “Uncle Ho with the Cause of Women’s Emancipation”
President Ho Chi Minh and women delegates to the first National Women’s Congress, 1950
Uncle Ho and delegates from the Vietnam Women’s Union Central Committee to the Second National Party Congress (1956) in Viet Bac
Overseas Vietnamese from Vanuatu happily meeting Uncle Ho during their visit to the homeland and visiting Mai Dich Cemetery on Sept. 1, 1964
Heroine Ngo Thi Tuyen, militiawoman from Nam Ngan, Thanh Hoa Province was honoured to talk to Uncle Ho during the break at the fourth National Congress of Heroes, Heroines and outstanding fighters on Dec. 30, 1966