An exhibition focusing on protest movements against the US’ unjust military actions and war in Vietnam as well as Japan’s support for peace in Vietnam during 1954-1975 and the Vietnam-Japan friendship opened at Thua Thien-Hue Museum of History on March 26.
Vietnamese students at the exhibition (Photo: VNA)
On display are over 400 photos and documents which convey the message of peace and friendship.
They also highlight the developing and improving Vietnam-US relations through exchanges between the two countries’ peace activists, veterans, and people, alongside the activities undertaken to overcome the consequences of war.
Visitors to the event are offered a chance to learn more about the time-honoured friendship between the Vietnamese and Japanese people.
Phan Thanh Hai, Director of the provincial Department of Culture and Sports, said that during the 1954-1975 period, peace-lovers in the world, especially in Japan, joined hands to help the Vietnamese people in their struggle for national independence, both materially and spiritually.VNA