(Dan Tri) – The Vietnamese Women’s Museum has just organized the “Happy Boatman” event to receive artifacts of teacher and writer Nguyen Thi My Dung.
On the afternoon of November 20, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum held an event The ferryman is happy to receive artifacts of journalist and writer Tran Thi My Dung, and at the same time to express gratitude to teachers across the country.
The event was attended by many former students from the first courses when she taught at Hai Hau High School (Nam Dinh) and Doan Ket School (Hanoi). Former students gave Mrs. My Dung many bouquets of fresh flowers, songs and poems on this great day.
At the ceremony, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum received nearly 300 documents and artifacts including artifacts, photos, some typical publications and especially a collection of more than 200 letters containing love between husband and wife. , family affection and teacher-student affection are extremely precious.
Teacher My Dung said that each memento is a story about love for the profession, close family affection and especially deep love for colleagues and students. She wants the museum to preserve these memorabilia so that it can last longer in life.
Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet – Director of the Vietnamese Women’s Museum – shared that the event of receiving artifacts of teacher Tran Thi My Dung is important to the Museum in telling interesting stories through different corners. multi-dimensional view of women. It aims to approach collections associated with the family life and social activities of contemporary women.
Teacher Nguyen Thi My Dung was born in 1939 in Ha Tinh. After graduating from the Literature Department of Vinh Pedagogical University in 1961, she taught at Hai Hau High School (Nam Dinh), then Nguyen Trai School, Doan Ket (Hanoi) and retired in 1993.
After 32 years of dedication to education, she continued to fully devote herself to her “writing” career after retirement, regularly writing articles, poetry, prose, photography, painting, etc.
To date, she has published 6 books in her own memoir: Sketched portraits (Labor Publishing House, 2002), People and events (Labor Publishing House, 2004), Brighten up the moral example of teachers (Hanoi National University Publishing House, 2012), Meet insiders (Literature Publishing House, 2013), Grateful to the General – Gentleman (Literature Publishing House, 2014), A Vietnamese soul (Writers Association Publishing House, 2015).
She once organized a photo exhibition Following in the General’s footsteps at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum, Quang Ninh Museum, Cultural and Tourism Village of Vietnamese Ethnic Groups.