The Central Committee of Vietnam Youth Federation has announced the journey titled "I Love My Country" for 2020 which will run from the National Reunification Day (April 30) - National Day (September 2).
1,000 youth form the S-shaped map of Vietnam in the opening ceremony at the National Historic Site Hung Temple in Phu Tho province
The journey will be divided into four trips, including the “Thanks to the country” marking the 45th anniversary of the liberation of the south and the national reunification and the 66th anniversary of the nation's victory at Dien Bien Phu from April 30-May 15; “Following Uncle Ho's saying” from May 15-June 30; “July in tribute to war invalids, martyrs” on July 1-30; and “Proud of Vietnam” on August 1-September 2 celebrating the 75th anniversary of the August Revolution and National Day (on September 2).
The journey, “I love my country" which was launched by the Vietnam Youth Federation (VYF) Central Committee in 63 cities and provinces across Vietnam comprises activities such as visiting historical and cultural places. SGGP
Plenty of roads throughout the capital can be seen lined with a distinct yellow carpet of leaves that have been falling from Dracontomelon duperreanum trees, locally known as Sau trees, over the past few days.
The UK organisation Saigon Children’s Charity is organising The Virtual Steps Challenge 2020, an online race where people from around the world can track their steps as they run, walk or exercise to compete to raise money for children