Nhan Dan Editor-in-chief and Deputy Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education Le Quoc Minh attended the event.

Delegates cut the ribbon to launch the exhibition.

Coming to the exhibition, visitors can enjoy a circular panoramic painting about Dien Bien Phu Victory via its 360-degree model using the augmented reality technology at the display. The painting surrounds a circle with a diameter of 5.5m, a height of more than 3m.

Nhan Dan Editor-in-chief Le Quoc Minh speaks at the event.

At the event, the Nhan Dan Newspaper presented special supplement to visitors in Hanoi and Dien Bien. Readers can cut pages of Nhan Dan special issue, combine them into a panorama measuring up to 3.21 meters long – a print newspaper record, then scan the QR codes on the panorama or download an augmented reality application for an interactive experience.

Speaking at the ceremony, Nhan Dan Editor-in-chief Le Quoc Minh stressed that the newspaper carried out a special dissemination activity about the 70th anniversary of Dien Bien Phu Victory and launched a dedicated website to the victory (dienbienphu.nhandan.vn) on March 13.

At the event

The highlight of the activity was the Nhan Dan issue to be published on May 7, 2024, which featured a 12-page supplement, where the whole panorama of the Dien Bien Phu Campaign, with over 4,500 characters currently on display at the Dien Bien Phu Victory Museum, was printed on four pages.

The circular panorama is 5.5 meters in diameter and 3 meters high.

He also emphasized that this was an innovation effort and responsibility of the leading Party newspaper of the Vietnam’s revolutionary press in popularizing the country’s important events.

Translated by Song Anh