Accordingly, troops and local youths participated in a Chung cake (a square cake made of glutinous rice, green bean, and pork wrapped in phrynium leaves) wrapping contest, and also competed together in folk games.

At the closing ceremony

The organizers sent missions to visit and inquire after policy beneficiaries and poor households in the commune.

Under the program, they presented nearly 800 gifts and 500 Chung cakes to local ethnic minority people and disadvantaged students with outstanding academic records, and handed over two gratitude houses to needy officers.

The event was to bring a warm Tet (Lunar New Year festival) to disadvantaged people and also cement the civilian-military solidarity during the holiday.

Translated by Van Hieu