Educating younger generations about revolutionary traditions

Friday, 06/05/2022, 15:05 [GMT+7]

Educating younger generations about revolutionary traditions

In late April, numerous activities to educate revolutionary traditions to Youth Union members, young people and children were organized to raise their awareness of responsibilities and motivate learning and regular practice.
 
Recently, the Provincial Youth Union has held an incense lighting ceremony at Hon Dung Martyr Cemetery. Delegates and 100 excellent young pioneers representing more than 120,000 young pioneers in the province lit incense and offered flowers at the Uncle Ho and Martyrs' Shrine in commemoration of ancestors for their sacrifice and contribution to the national independence, reunification, protection and construction.
 

 

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Voung pioneers light incense at Hon Dung Martyr Cemetery.

 

 

According to Pham Ngoc Hai, Deputy Secretary of Khanh Hoa Youth Union, Vice-Chairman of Khanh Hoa Comrade Association, the activity aimed to educate teenagers and children about the spirit of solidarity and sharing, about revolutionary traditions, patriotism, national pride and responsibility of young generations for the cause of national construction and protection. 
 
Earlier, Khanh Hoa Youth Union and Khanh Hoa Students’ Association had held a journey “The youth for the Homeland's Seas and Islands 2022” at Gac Ma soldiers' memorial site in Cam Hai Dong Commune, Cam Lam District and Brigade 101, Navy Region 4.
 
At Gac Ma soldiers' memorial site, Youth Union members and young people from universities and colleges visited the memorial site, lit incense and learned about the history and struggles to protect the national marine sovereignty.
 
Student Truong Ngoc Uyen, Deputy Secretary of Nha Trang National College of Pedagogy said, “I have taken part in numerous Youth Union activities. This is the first time I have been to Gac Ma soldiers' memorial site, leaning much more about the Spratly Islands. I feel moved and grateful for ancestors’ devotion.”
 
Various emulation activities have been implemented across the province. Nha Trang City Youth Union in partnership with Khanh Hoa Center of Culture and Cinema has just held the 20th Festival on Vietnamese Revolutionary Songs with the participation of 22 teams from Youth Union affiliations and clubs in the city. The singing and dance were in praise of the glorious Communist Party, great Uncle Ho and the traditions of  struggles against invaders; national marine sovereignty, patriotism and so on.
 
Chu Minh Phuong, Deputy Secretary of Nha Trang City Youth Union said, “they are annual activities to boost  the propaganda and education of revolutionary tradition and national marine sovereignty and serve as a cultural and musical platform for generations of Youth Union members and teenagers.”
 
The historical propaganda and education are committed to developing political and professional competence among younger generations; boosting pride and respect for the national revolutionary tradition, thus inspiring the youth’s enthusiasm and determination to contribute to the national defense and construction, added Pham Ngoc Hai.
 
V.Thanh
Translated by N.T