|Close to 300 Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian students participated in a cultural exchange, co-hosted by the Central Vietnam - Cambodia Friendship Association and Ho Chi Minh City's Vietnam - Laos Friendship Association at the Ao Dai Museum in Ho Chi Minh City on November 1. Source: VOV |
|A performance put on by members of the Vietnam-Cambodia Friendship Association opens the event. |
|The youth union of Binh Phuoc province excites audiences with a flash mob performance themed “Vietnam I love”. |
|A show put on by students from Laos receives plenty of applause from audience members. |
The event aimed to send a message of friendship and solidarity among youths from each of three three countries.
|Through songs and dances, Cambodian students are able to introduce traditional aspects of their culture to international friends. |
|Tran Quoc Duy, secretary of Binh Phuoc province’s youth union, gives an introduction about lotus patterns on his Ao Dai, the traditional Vietnamese long dress, to students from Laos. |
|Participants raise funds in support of flood victims in the central region of Vietnam. |
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Despite being affected as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event attracted the participation of approximately 80 delegates and guests from both nations.