Party members in Hong Kong show pride celebrating CPV anniversary hinh anh 1Nguyen Hoang Long, Secretary of the Party cell of Vietnamese students in Hong Kong and Macao (China). (Photo: VNA)

Hong Kong (VNA) – Party members in Hong Kong (China) show their pride when joining celebration of the 93rd founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), as they are living and studying in the place where the CPV was born.

The CPV was founded on February 3, 1930, in Hong Kong at the dawn of the struggle for national liberation, independence, and construction.

One year ago, a Party cell of Vietnamese students in Hong Kong and Macao (China) was established with seven members who are post-graduates at Hongkong’s universities.

Nguyen Hoang Long, Secretary of the cell, said that all Party members there are proud of joining Party activities there.

Over the past year, the cell consolidated its organisation, Party affairs and activities. It regularly develops topics on political activities and education for Party members.

The cell and the Vietnamese Consulate in Hong Kong and Macau directed the establishment of the Vietnamese Students' Association in Hong Kong which was a turning point in the Vietnamese student movement in Hong Kong and proved the growth of the Vietnamese student community there in recent years.

Long said that changes in the policies of Hong Kong and Vietnam have created developments in educational cooperation between the two sides.

He said that the Party cell will organise activities to promote Vietnamese culture, people and wisdom. Moreover, it will also further introduce life and education in Hong Kong and attract Vietnamese students to study there.

It will also link the students' activities with the political and ideological education, towards the homeland, Long said./.