A Tet celebration in Cam Giang, Hai Duong (Source: VNA)

Hai Duong (VNA)
– Chairwoman of the National Assembly (NA) Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan attended a Tet celebration programme in the northern province of Hai Duong on February 6.

The event, jointly hosted by the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour and its provincial chapter, saw the participation of over 400 workers in the industrial parks in Hai Duong province.

On the occasion, the NA leader presented 100 silk pieces to mothers of the workers from the central region affected by floods in 2017, and gifts to those with disadvantageous backgrounds.

The same day, Ngan burnt incense and attended a Tree Planting Festival at the Mao Dien Literature Temple Special National Relic Site in Cam Giang district.

Each year, Hai Duong cares for and protects over 11,000 hectares of forests and 22,000 hectares of fruit trees, plants over one million trees, and turn mixed gardens into areas growing high-value fruit trees, such as orange, longan, sugar apple, and guava trees. Many fruit trees growing zones in the locality are produced in line with VietGAP standard.

In 2018, the province plans to plant one million trees, half of them are fruit trees.

On the occasion, the NA leader and President of Vietnam Red Cross Society Nguyen Thi Xuan Thu presented Tet gifts to 20 poor households in Cam Giang district.-VNA