Continuing to raise pupils' knowledge of national sovereignty over sea and islands

Sunday, 10/05/2020, 08:39 [GMT+7]

Continuing to raise pupils' knowledge of national sovereignty over sea and islands

Khanh Hoa Provincial Department of Information and Communications lately issued a plan to hold a digital exhibition about Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) Islands at some schools in the province. This is the second time Khanh Hoa has held a digital exhibition on the national sovereignty over sea and islands at schools.
 
The digital exhibition is planned to be held at Ly Tu Trong High School and Ha Huy Tap High School (Nha Trang City) on September 28 and October 1. 
 
 
 
The digital exhibition will provide information, historical and legal evidence of Vietnam's sovereignty over the two archipelagos; process of establishing and implementing right to sovereignty; images of Vietnam and Vietnamese people through ancient documents and maps of Vietnam, European countries, and China, etc. displayed on a LED screen. 
 
Additionally, the exhibition includes a display of 30 to 40 documents and maps about the sovereignty of Vietnam over the two archipelagos and an exchange between schools’ pupils and invited guests from Naval Academy.
 
The exhibition aims to increase teachers’ and pupil’s knowledge of the position, role, importance and potential of Vietnam's sea and islands; public consciousness and responsibility in protecting the national sovereignty over sea and islands. 
 
N.T
Translated by H.N