Vietnamese overseas youths joining the Summer Camp 2014

Web.HCYU.06/7/2014. Nearly 170 delegates around the world, who are young Vietnamese people living abroad with outstanding achievements in studying and contribution to the solidarity community at home country with the spirit towards their homeland will return to the homeland to join the Vietnam Summer Camp 2014 under the theme “My Island Home”.

According to Vice Chairman of the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Affairs Dang The Hung, one of the most important aims of the camp 2014 is to help overseas youths have approach and deep comprehension about the issue of national sovereign islands, patriotic traditions, solidarity of cultural origin, solidarity of the 54 ethnic groups, thus enhancing the pride and attachment to their homeland.

Vietnamese overseas youths in 2013's camp
Vietnamese overseas youths in 2013's camp (Photo: Vietnam+)

During the time of organizing the Summer Camp, participants will attend many meaningful activities such as visiting the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi, Temple of Literature, having exchanges with young people in Quang Ninh province, Quang Ngai province, visiting landscapes in Quang Ninh, Hue, Da Nang, Da Lat, etc. The opening ceremony of the Summer Camp will take place on July 7 in Quang Ninh province. 

Next, the program of exchanging arts “the Vietnam Summer Camp 2014 - My island home” with valuable items about island home, the exchange between delegates of summer camp with law enforcement forces, fishermen at sea and youth of Da Nang province will be broadcasted live to audiences nation-wide.

Especially, as revealed by Mr. Dang The Hung, participants of Summer Camp this year have prepared a meaningful gift to present to Vietnamese law enforcement forces and fishermen at sea.

The camp with the theme “My island home” is going to implement at various locals of three regions from July 8-27 aiming to response the activities of the country for sacred sovereignty and national holidays .

Translated by Thuy Giang

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