Tree-planting festival was launched by President Ho Chi Minh since the Spring 1965 in order to protect the environment and promote sustainable development. Since then, every spring, the Party, State and people including women of Vietnam join hands to plant trees throughout the country.
The ninth Ao dai (traditional long dress) Festival will take place in Ho Chi Minh City throughout March with a wide range of cultural activities, the event’s organisers announced at a press conference held in HCM City on February 23.
Leading up to International Women’s Day (March 8), the 1,983rd anniversary of the Hai Ba Trung uprising and the International Day of Happiness (March 20) the Vietnam womens Museum Womens Museum collaborated with journalist – director Mai Bong, on the morning of February 18, 2023 to open the exhibition “Dare to live a brilliant life”.
The lives of households living in the coastal area of Dien Chau (Nghe An) who have been surrounded by poverty for many years have changed markedly after they became members* of TYM. A typical example is the story of Ms. Nguyen Thi Thien from Nam Tien Tien village, Dien Kim commune.