Ho Chi Minh with patriotic Confucian scholars -6

In August 1945, he was advisor to the uprising committee before working for the Provisional Administrative Resistance Committee in Ninh Thuan. He was appointed as member of the Military Committee of Ninh Thuan, President of the Lien Viet Front in Ha Tinh and President of the National League of Viet Nam in Interregion IV (1948). He also took up the post of President of the Support for Soldiers in Winter Continue reading “Ho Chi Minh with patriotic Confucian scholars -6″

Ho Chi Minh with patriotic Confucian scholars -4

Before the August Revolution in 1945, he participated in a campaign to eradicate illiteracy in his hometown and wrote the book Primary Vietnamese Grammar to help promoting this campaign.
He was a patriotic intellectual with a noble personality. He was asked to take up the post of Head of the National League of Viet Nam (Lien Continue reading “Ho Chi Minh with patriotic Confucian scholars -4″

Ho Chi Minh with patriotic Confucian scholars -1

Among the intellectuals who followed the revolution, many were from a Confucian background or they themselves were patriotic Confucian scholars. Ho Chi Minh had a close relationship with such Confucian scholars.
In a research titled “Discussion on Confucianism”, Dr. Nguyen Khac Vien explained why Confucian scholars soon realized that Continue reading “Ho Chi Minh with patriotic Confucian scholars -1″