This diary in verse was composed from August 1942 to September 1943 when Vietnam's national leader Ho Chi Minh was imprisoned in Guangxi province (China) by the kuomintang (KMT) government. It is 9.5cm wide and 12.5cm long. It has 82 pages made of white do paper. The text … [Read more...] about The origional prison diary (Nhật Ký Trong Tù) by Vietnam’s national leader Ho Chi Minh (BTCM 6698).
Nhat ky trong tu
PANO - 115 great calligraphic works featuring “Nhat ky trong tu” (Prison Diary) written by Uncle Ho will be presented to Thua Thien-Hue province by Chinese calligrapher LuYuan. The Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee announced at a press conference, Thua … [Read more...] about Great calligraphy of Uncle Ho’s “Nhat ky trong tu” in Chinese script presented
Lo Nguyen, a calligraphist from Guangxin Province in China has spent much of his pension, and a large part of money he gained from selling his property, to buy materials to make a special type of paper needed to re-writing a whole poem collection entiled "Nhat Ky Trong Tu" (Diary … [Read more...] about Chinese calligraphist with “Nhat ky trong tu” of late President Ho Chi Minh
Writing on the wall: Caligraphy by Korean and Vietnamese artists is on display at an … [Read more...] about ‘Prison Diary’ poetry on show
HA NOI — Nhat Ky Trong Tu (Diary in Prison) poetry, written by President Ho Chi Minh, are on display in South Korea as calligraphic works. The exhibition opened at the Suncheon National University Museum in South Jeolla Province on Monday to celebrate the president's … [Read more...] about S Korea honours President Ho