Uncle Ho-show highlights founding father's lasting legacy

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More than 400 local and foreign scientists, historians and activists attended an international conference on Vietnam's founding president Ho Chi Minh, commonly known as Uncle Ho, which opened in Hanoi on Wednesday.  

"The Legacy of Ho Chi Minh in a Contemporary Context" discussed the legacies of Uncle Ho's deep and long-lasting commitment to Vietnamese independence, socialism and peace.

Around 55 scientists, historians, and political and social activists from countries like China, US and France joined the two day meeting, which was held to commemorate Ho Chi Minh's 120th birthday (May 19). 

The conference was held by the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics and Public Administration.

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