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Contest 75 years of Vietnam Communist Party's glorious history The Plan for the contest entitled “75 years of glorious history of the Communist Party of Vietnam”

Updated on 10/6/2004 at 14:11

I. The purpose of the contest:

This competition is held to propagandize and educate the youth, every walk of life to increase their awareness of glorious history of Vietnam’s Communist Party.

The competition will enhance public confidence the Party’s leadership and encourage Vietnam’s youths to continue devoting for national industrialization and modernization cause.

II. Regulations of the contest:

1. Who can take part in the contest?

Vietnamese citizens, living in Vietnam or overseas, foreigners living, studying or working in Vietnam.

2. Regulations of exam papers:

Contestants have to answer 10 questions and send their exam papers (handwritten or typewritten, not photocopies) by E-Mail, Fax and Post Ofice. Contestants have to write down their name, sex, age, occupation, workplace or telephone number to send to one of Organization Board’s addresses:

Website of Vietnamese Commmunist Party, 275 Doi Can Street, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi capital.

E-Mail: dangcongsan@cpv.org.vn

E-Mail: kythuat@cpv.org.vn

E-Mail: vanphongbttvh@cpt.gov.vn

E-Mail: kythuatcpv@yahoo.com

Fax: 08044175

Tel: 08044060, 08048162

3. The Organization Board receives exam papers (from organizations or individuals) from September 15th, 2004 to December 1st, 2004.

4. The Jury: The Organization Board will establish a Jury of the Contest including some scientists and senior managements.

5. The Prize:

a. The Collective prize:

- 01 first prizes: 5,000,000 VND/each prize

- 02 second prizes: 3,000,000 VND/each prize

- 05 third prizes: 1,000,000 VND/each prize

- 75 consolation prizes: 500,000 VND/each prize

- Other prizes

b. The Individuals prize:

- 01 first prize: 3,000,000 VND

- 02 second prizes: 2,000,000 VND/each prize

- 05 third prizes: 500,000 VND/each prize

- 75 consolation prizes: 200,000 VND/each prize

- Other prizes

The Organization Board will have special prizes for foreigners who take part in this contest.

III. Questions:

1. Who founded the Communist Party of Vietnam? When was it founded? What are its forerunner organisations?

2. According to Marx – Lenin theory, the founding of a communist party is based on the combination of Marxism – Leninism with workers’ movement. Which factors led to the establishment of the Communist Party of Vietnam? Why?

3. How many Vietnam Communist Party Congresses have been held since it was founded? When and where were they held? What are the names of the Party general secretaries?

4. Which plenum of the Party Central Committee approved the guidelines to liberate the nation in 1941? When and where was it held?

5. Which Party Congress approved the simultaneous implementation of two strategies: building the socialism in the north and struggling to liberate the south? What are their main contents?

6. Which Party Congress worked out the guideline on the national renovation? What are its main contents?

7. When was political platform on national construction in the transitional period to socialism announced? What are its main contents?

8. When and in which document was the viewpoint regarding “Economic development as a main task and Party building as a key task mentioned for the first time? Analyse this viewpoint!

9. Write about a bright example of a Party member who you admire most in the national revonation process in the place where you live, work or study. Or write about your own thoughts and feelings of the Party’s glorious history and great role in the bright future of the Vietnamese nation and people. (Choose either of the topics to write a composition in less than 1,500 words.

10. On the occasion of the 75th founding anniversary of the Party, please put forward your proposals to make the Party healthy and powerful.

-- ....Se~ co' nhie^`u gia?i thuo+?ng ....tra? ba(`ng tie^`n cu. Ho^` :)) (ChuyenTriHOINACH@aol.com), February 03, 2005


*** Hẳn các bạn c̣n nhớ h́nh Tướng Giáp chụp chung với bà Trương mỹ Hoa (Vice President) và các h́nh khác ôm nhau với TDL, PVT hun hít chứ , đây là tiểu sử bà Hoa có cái mặt như cái mẹt :)))

Nay Hoa thay thế cho B́nh , vậy th́ ba B́nh có lẽ đi lấy chồng :)))


THE FUTURE OF ASIA 2003 Her Excellency Truong My Hoa Vice President, Socialist Republic of Vietnam ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------- Date and Place of Birth: 18 August, 1945 in Binh An Commune, Go Cong Dong District, Tien Giang Province

Education: Bachelors in Literature, Law, and Economics

1960-64 Activist in the student and youth movements in Sai Gon-Cho Lon-Gia Dinh 64-Mar. 75 Arrested by the Sai Gon regime and detained in different prisons, including the Con Dao "tiger cage" 1975-87 Member of Ho Chi Minh City's Communist Party Committee (2nd and 4th tenures) Secretary of Tan Binh District Communist Party Committee Member of the Standing Committee of Ho Chi Minh City's Communist Party Committee 1987-Sept. 97 Member of the Vietnam Communist Party Central Committee (6th, 7th, 8th and 9th tenures) Member of the Secretariat of the Vietnam Communist Party Central Committee (7th tenure) Vice-Chairwoman of the Vietnam Women's Union (6th and 7th tenures) Secretary of the Vietnam Women's Union Party Committee Chairwoman of the Vietnam Women's Union (7th and 8th tenures) Chairwoman of the Vietnam National Committee for the Advancement of Women Deputy of the 9th, 10th and 11th Assembly 1994-2002 Vice-President of the National Assembly, in charge of social affairs, mass mobilization and promotion of grassroots democracy July 2002 Vice-President of the Social Republic of Vietnam

International Activities: 1994-98 Member of the Leadership of the Women International Democratic Federation Member of the Leadership of the ASEAN Confederation of Women's Organizations Apr. 94 Head of the Vietnamese Delegation to the 11th Congress of the Women International Democratic Federation in Paris June 94 Head of the Governmental Delegation to the Asia-Pacific Ministerial Meeting on "Women and Development" in Jakarta Nov. 94 Head of the Vietnamese Delegation to the "First International Conference on Solidarity with Cuba" in Cuba Sept. 95 Head of the Government Delegation to the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China Oct. 98 Head of the National Assembly's Delegation to the Asia- Pacific Conference on Environment and Development in China Nov. 2000 Head of the Vietnamese Delegation to the "Second International Conference on Solidarity with Cuba" in Cuba

Vietnamese and international Orders and Medals conferred, including: - First-Class Order of Victory - First-Class Order of Resistance War - First-Class Labor Order - Anna Bertancourt Order and Cuba's Medal of Friendship; Honorary Order of Mongolia and Medals of various Ministries, agencies and organizations of Vietnam

-- Hanoi pretty smart, they used MTGPMN for propaganda :) (ChuyenTriHOINACH@aol.com), February 03, 2005.

*** Hăy đọc 1 bài viết khác của bà Hoa (Hanoi-VP) trong www.vietnamese- american.org viết rất là 3 búa và dựng đứng quá trớn mà ngày nay lại mỡi Mỹ/Ngụy vào VN contribution , có vài con CHicken th́ phải nhờ UN ấy sao O dùng thuốc bắc mà cure căn bịnh :))))


MTGPMN Truongmy Hoa replaced Nguyenthi Binh :)))

Vietnam War > THEN THE AMERICANS CAME > Mrs. Truong My Hoa THE WAR ENDED fifteen years ago in victory for our people, but the country remains devastated. We say that victory cannot match our suffering. After all, the United States sent their troops over here with the intent to destroy all, burn all, and kill all. They destroyed the land.

In the South, the Americans burned villages and herded the women and children into camps surrounded by barbed wire. South Vietnam became an enormous prison. Many children couldn't go to school, people weren't free to work their land. They killed brutally, indiscriminately. You remember the massacre at My Lai, in Quang Ngai province. There were many other villages where the people were massacred. My Lai was only the worst.

Women everywhere were raped, killed, arrested, beaten. Pregnant women's bellies were cut open and their unborn babies thrown into burning houses. Thousands of women were imprisoned. Some were suspected V.C., some were real fighters, many were just ordinary people who were arrested and jailed for no reason. There were prisons all over she South. There were central prisons and provincial prisons and district prisons. Mothers with babies and pregnant women were arrested. They arrested old people and children and even handicapped people. I remember in Con Son prison there was an old blind woman, Mrs. Sau. She was kept in a tiger cage, with five or six people, all in a cage, covered by iron poles.

I was imprisoned in Con Son from 1964 to 1975. I had been a student in Ho Chi Minh City-Saigon at that time. I attended meetings and went to demonstrations to demand freedom and democracy. The South Vietnamese arrested me when I was nineteen, and I was thirty by the time I was released. All my family was active in the resistance for fifty years, and we each spent a long time in prison. My husband, too, spent fourteen years in jail, longer than me.

We were beaten and tortured. They had all kinds of sexual torture for the women. And we were so hungry. When I was kept in the tiger cage at Con Son, I was given only a small tin of water and a little bowl of rice each day. There was a lot of sand, and when the winds blew, the sand covered our rice bowls. And flies, flies everywhere. Con Son was filthy and cold, a stone prison on a cold, windy island. We had one set of clothing a year. We never went outside, never bathed. We tore rags off our clothing for our menstrual periods, so that we were left with practically nothing to cover our bodies. There were all kinds of disease-dysentery, typhoid, cholera, malaria, small pox. Every morning we woke up wondering who had died in the night. There was no medicine. they said we could only have medicine if we would salute the South Vietnamese flag. We always refused. Many of my comrades died of disease, of hunger, of torture.

I spent a year in the tiger cage. On top they kept limestone and a water pot. If prisoners talked to each other they poured water and limestone over us, and if we cried they beat us with sticks, and then let the limestone burn our wounds. You can see right here, my forehead is scarred. They stuck sharp pins in my head. That was excruciating torture. I still have the scars. Many women never recovered.

The interrogators were always puppet troops. The Americans were the advisers. Sometimes they came there. We liked to say that the Americans had to change the color of their bodies. Too many of their soldiers were dying, so they had to use Vietnamese to kill Vietnamese.

Children in the South suffered terribly, and still suffer. They were left orphaned, with no homes, no food, no schools. They became beggars, dope dealers, thieves. We have orphans, and widows and grieving mothers. We sing songs that tell the suffering of women who sent their sons to battle. And there are many women who never married because so many men in our country were killed. That's always the case in war. Whole families of women are left without men.

You must know about our "long-haired army" in Vietnam. The women operated on three fronts: political, military, and mobilization among the enemy troops. They were very effective in enemy territory. Women made great sacrifices. We know of mothers who suffocated their babies so they would not cry, in order to protect the troops. They sacrificed one life to save many.

-- Ve.m is Ve.m always :))) (ChuyenTriHOINACH@aol.com), February 03, 2005.

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