Joining the national atmosphere to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s Will (1969 – 2019) and the 14th anniversary of Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day (November 23, 2005 – November 23, 2019), The Cultural Heritage Association of Ho Chi Minh City and the Ho Chi Minh City Museum organized the Don ca tai tu performance “Following Uncle Ho’s Will” to realize the importance of protecting and promoting cultural heritage values, contributing to preserving the nation’s traditional cultural values associated with the implementation of President Ho Chi Minh’s testament.
Attending the program were members of the Standing Committee, members of the Executive Committee of the Vietnam Cultural Heritage Association, the Cultural Heritage Association of Ho Chi Minh City; Chapters and clubs are under the Association and the departments and units are under the City Department of Culture and Sports. The program had the participation of a large number of students and students from schools: Lac Long Quan Primary School, Saigon Practice, Saigon University, Ho Chi Minh City University of Culture. Don ca tai tu performance “Following Uncle Ho’s Will” took place in a solemn and warm atmosphere with the following performances: Sleep Soup for People; Father-son relation; Follow Uncle Ho’s word; Da ancient hoai lang; Vietnam Ho Chi Minh; The city is proud of Uncle Ho’s name,… Through the program, it has helped the young generation understand more about the Southern Art of Don ca tai tu – the representative intangible cultural heritage of humanity, contributing to the protection work. and promote the value of the nation’s cultural heritage in the period of development and integration.