(HBO) - On April 19th, the Department of Ethnic Minority Affairs - the People's Committee of Cao Phong coordinated with the High & High Junior Boarding School for the ethnic minorities of Cao Phong district and the related authorities to organize a reading cultural exchange on the occasion of Vietnamese Book and Reading Culture Day in 2022. This is a key activity responding to the Reading Festival, contributing to honoring the good values of books and reading culture in schools and in the community.


The delegates and the students are learning about the interesting books on display at the mobile book counter of the Provincial Library. 

Being at the exchange, the leaders of the Provincial Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs emphasized: The year of 2022 is the first year of implementing the Prime Minister's Decision No. 1862/QD-TTg on organizing Vietnamese Book and Reading Culture Day on April 21st every year nationwide. Responding to this meaningful festival, the Provincial Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs has requested the Divisions for Ethnic Affairs of the districts and the city to organize the practical activities on the occasion of Vietnamese Book and Reading Culture Day in 2022. In which, Cao Phong district organized the reading cultural exchange with the participation of hundreds of the officials, the teachers, the students, the representatives of the appropriate authorities and the sponsors. 

Within the framework of the program, there were the following activities: The students introducing the useful books of the school library; grading the contest for "friendly bookcase” of classes; the donation program for books, bookcases, computers; awarding prizes to the students who won the prizes in the provincial excellent student contest in the school year of 2021 - 2022; visiting the mobile book library, granting free library cards coordinated by the Provincial Library... 

On this occasion, the High & High Junior Boarding School for the ethnic minorities of Cao Phong district received the sponsorships with a total value of over 30 million VND from the organizations and enterprises. The also received over 3,000 donated books for the classroom library and school library.


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