Vietnamese in Austria Work to Preserve The Homeland Language
Determining the important and long-term significance of maintaining and developing the Vietnamese language in the community, the Vietnamese Embassy in Austria conducts a number of key content.
|The Executive Committee of the Women's Union developed ideas, and initiatives and successfully implemented a set of books in the Children's Library of Vienna. Photo: TG&VN|
To implement the Project on Honoring Vietnamese Language in the Overseas Vietnamese Community for 2023 - 2030 and the Plan to implement this project in 2023, the Vietnamese Embassy in Austria has coordinated with the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese (OV) Affairs, and the Foreign Ministry is the unit in charge of implementing the plan and the Executive Committee of Vietnamese Associations in Austria to organize the implementation to ensure practicality and results consistent with the characteristics of the local community.
Identify the important and long-term meaning of maintaining and developing Vietnamese in the community, such as bridging the culture of community solidarity in the area, and linking the community with the great national unity bloc around the world, the Embassy has carried out several key contents.
They organize to thoroughly understand and deploy the content of the project to all officers and employees of the Embassy; notify the Executive Board of Vietnamese Associations in the community about the program and content, especially parents to know and encourage their children to participate in learning Vietnamese language teaching programs online.
They also coordinate with the State Committee for OV to receive, divide, and coordinate the transfer of all books and bookshelves to the Vietnamese Embassies in Hungary, Slovakia, and Austria on the occasion of the official visit of President Vo Van Thuong, his spouse and the high-ranking Vietnamese delegation to Austria recently.
|Vietnamese corner with all books presented by the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese. Photo: TG&VN|
In Austria, at the request of the Vietnamese Women's Union, the Embassy registered and distributed books to the Women's Union to teach Vietnamese to children in the future that the association has organized and implemented before the Covid-19 pandemic.
In particular, the Executive Committee of the Women's Union developed ideas, and initiatives and successfully included a set of books in the Children's Library of Vienna. The Library Management Board has received, updated information, and registered the book series on the general library information system of the whole city of Vienna, and launched a Vietnamese book corner.
It aims to promote the language and the Vietnamese language learning movement in a sustainable way, The books have been maintained, preserved, and put into the city's library system so that individuals in need can look up and borrow. The corner is a suitable place for self-study and study of Vietnamese as well as a place for Vietnamese children to meet and exchange.
The Embassy regards this as a good idea that should be encouraged to be replicated in Austria and Slovenia in the coming time, contributing to developing the Vietnamese language in the Vietnamese community in the area.
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