Homeland Choir helps promote Vietnamese culture in France

An art programme was held in Paris last weekend to mark the 15th founding anniversary of Que huong (Homeland) Choir, the largest and only Vietnamese-languague singing choir overseas.

Born in April 2009, the choir aims to gather Vietnamese people with the same passion for singing and loving revolutionary songs.

It now has 250 members of different age groups.

On this occasion, Vietnamese Ambassador Dinh Toan Thang presented the ambassador’s Certificate of merit to the choir in recognition of its contributions./.