Tra Vinh University participates in the 2024 book street exhibition

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(TVU) – On the morning of April 9, Tra Vinh University participated in the 2024 book street exhibition at Tra Vinh Provincial Library.

The activity takes place from December 9 to April 12, 2024, and is organized by the Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism in collaboration with the Department of Information and Communications of Tra Vinh province on the occasion of Vietnam Book and Reading Culture Day (April 21).

The Western Cultural Center under the School of Southern Khmer Language – Culture – Arts and Humanities at Tra Vinh University participates in exhibitions and has promotional activities, helping readers find exciting and valuable books to encourage and develop the reading culture needs of people.

Readers can learn about more than 500 books at the exhibition, including dictionaries, monographs, and reference books in language, culture, art, and tourism.

MSc. Le Van Sao, Deputy Director of the Western Cultural Center, said: “The activity aims to promote the value of books and reading culture in the community, promote books, and develop reading culture in the media, press, technology platforms, and social networks, spread the value of books and reading culture in society, contributing to building spiritual and cultural life and promoting moral values and intellectual traditions.”

With the message: “Good books for you” and “Good books: Reading eyes – Listening ears,” the exhibition attracts 23 display booths, more than 10,000 copies of books of many genres, typically those about Vietnam – Country – People, President Ho Chi Minh, Dien Bien Phu Victory, The Great Victory of 1975 Spring, sovereignty over Vietnam’s seas and islands, building new rural areas, etc.

In parallel, there are various activities to serve students and readers, such as a discussion on the history book of Tra Vinh province in the period 1975 – 2020, thematic activity “Improving reading skills for elementary and secondary school students”; exchange program “I learn about history”; serving mobile library vehicles; and exciting science games.

By My Nhien