Overseas Vietnamese students active in promoting Vietnamese image in Russia
Update: Apr 24, 2018
Traditional Vietnamese cultural values were introduced to international students in Russia via a range of special performances by Vietnamese students in Moscow.

The event offers an opportunity for international students
who want to learn more about the Vietnamese culture and customs

During a recent Viet Nam Cultural Day event held at the Moscow-based Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN), overseas Vietnamese students presented a range of special cultural activities to the host imbued with the national identity.

Performances by Vietnamese students from the RUDN and various other universities in Moscow commemorated the memorable milestones stretching through the nation’s struggles to defend and build the country.

Luong Trung Kien, Head of the Overseas Vietnamese Student Unit at the RUDN, said that the event organised by his unit aimed to provide better and more accurate knowledge on the country and people of Vietnam for the international students, thus contributing to promoting Vietnamese tourism and culture to international friends. Furthermore, it also offered opportunities for the overseas Vietnamese students to tighten their solidarity.

In addition to the performances, the festival, which wrapped up yesterday, also featured roundtable discussions on themes related to Viet Nam, as well as cultural exhibitions, cuisine activities and a mini football tournament, attracting great attention from international students to the unique Vietnamese culture.

Praising the Vietnamese students’ efforts in successfully organising the culture week, Andrey Mikhailovich, Head of Asian Students’ Affairs at the RUDN, said that the event offered guests a small trip to Viet Nam.

Vuong Thi Ngan, a foreign language Vietnamese student, said that the event brought an opportunity for international students who want to learn more about Vietnamese culture and customs.

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