Ho Chi Minh's Ideology On Culture And Its Value To Vietnam Today

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Dr. Le Thi Tam, Dr. Nguyen Thi Hong Hanh , Dr. Nguyen Thi Len


During the process of national construction, President Ho Chi Minh always upheld the position, role, and strength of culture. According to Ho Chi Minh's point of view, culture is the goal - in general - the right to life, the right to happiness, the right to freedom, and the right to pursue happiness; is the people's aspiration for the values ​​of truth, goodness, and beauty. It is a democratic society - the people are the masters and the people are the masters - fair, civilized, everyone has food to eat, everyone can get an education; a society in which the material and spiritual life of the people is always concerned and constantly improved, and people have conditions for comprehensive development. Therefore, building a Vietnamese culture according to Ho Chi Minh's thought in the current period is one of the important requirements, creating a driving force for the sustainable development of Vietnamese culture in the new era. Today, culture plays a huge role in promoting the economic and political development of the country. The role of culture is essential to improve the moral, ideological, and cultural qualities of the entire nation, creating spiritual, intellectual, and ideological motivations for economic development and social progress festival. However, due to the negative impacts from the negative side of the market mechanism and international integration, the field of culture has also revealed certain limitations, having a significant impact on the traditional culture of the nation. Compared with other fields, the development investment and achievements in the field of culture are not commensurate and spread. That has made the cultural and spiritual life in many places still poor and monotonous, not commensurate with economic development. I think we need some solutions to build an advanced Vietnamese culture imbued with national identity according to Ho Chi Minh's thoughts in the current period.

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