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After long return trips, and thousands of nautical miles to reach Truong Sa and the DK1 platform network, many Vietnamese abroad have “collected valuable documents”, including hundreds of photos and videos, to share with their descendants living abroad. The goal is to help them gain a clearer and more realistic view of Truong Sa.

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Viet Kieu and soldiers from Truong Sa.

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Many Vietnamese communities abroad are sharing plans to increase information about Vietnam’s sea and islands, to instill patriotism and pride in the country, thus strengthening the responsibility to protect the national economy. sovereignty of the sea and islands.

The Party and the state have always paid special attention to the preservation and promotion of national identities among the Vietnamese community abroad, including the teaching of the Vietnamese language to children from Vietnam which is considered a basic task. In addition to improving the quality of teaching and learning, Vietnamese abroad also pay great attention to educating students about the country’s patriotic traditions, including the protection of maritime sovereignty and he.

Le Xuan Lam, usa Vietnam in Poland and editor of the newspaper Quê Viet, Chairman of the Board of Lac Long Quan Vietnamese Language School said that the Vietnamese learning movement in Poland is already very developed. The birth of the Lac Long Quân Vietnamese language school in 1999 in Warsaw responded to the desires of the descendants of Viêt kiêu to learn the language of their parents or grandparents.

In a classroom at Lac Long Quân Vietnamese language school in Poland.

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From the early days, the school had only about thirty students. Currently, there are 150-180 students between the ages of 6 and 14 participating in learning Vietnam every Saturday.

As one of the oldest overseas Vietnamese to visit the island district of Truong Sa and the DK1 platforms this year, Lê Xuân Lâm said it was the trip he had been looking forward to for a long time. He decided to register immediately after receiving advice from the Vietnamese Embassy in Poland.

“I always give a special feeling and respect to the Navy soldiers. They are young soldiers, but they left me the impression of Uncle Ho’s soldiers, who endured many hardships and hardships, and even sacrificed for protection of national sovereignty over the sea and of the Fatherland islands “shared Lê Xuân Lâm.

After his visit, Lê Xuân Lâm made several plans to strengthen the love of the Father, the sea and the islands among the students of Vietnamese Language School Lac Long Quân.

The Association of Vietnamese in Lao province of Savannakhet is the common roof of the community, said its vice president, Trân Thi Bach Lan. In particular, it helps the community understand the important role of each member in giving value to unity, preserving the cultural identity and tradition of the heroic people of Vietnam. Preserving the national cultural identity and traditions is an urgent task, where strengthening the teaching of the Vietnamese language and love for Mother land will help connect the Mother community and the country. With the attention of the governments of Laos and Vietnam, the Association of Vietnamese of Laos has commissioned a comprehensive and modern bilingual Lao-Vietnamese school.

The Association of Vietnamese of the Czech Republic began in 2002 to organize Vietnamese courses for the second and third generations of Viêt kiêu.

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Sharing the same passion for passing on the love of the sea and the islands to the younger generation, Trinh Công Tan, vice president of the Association of Vietnamese in the Czech Republic and president of the Association of Vietnamese in Ostrava, said that with support of the Vietnamese government, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese, the Association of Vietnamese of the Czech Republic began in 2002 to organize Vietnamese language courses for the second and third generations of Vietnam.

This model demonstrates its effectiveness in developing communication skills in daily life, language knowledge and helping children better understand the history, traditions and cultural identity of their ancestral country. In the context of the health crisis, distance learning has been established.

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