The conference would address practical issues related to cultural, civilized, and modern development in Hanoi.
The Hanoi People’s Committee conducted a press briefing on March 17 to announce the upcoming scientific conference titled “Promoting Cultural Values and Resources towards Developing a Modern – Cultured – Civilized Capital,” scheduled for March 21.
|Overview of the press briefing. Photo: The Hanoi Times|
During the press conference, Nguyen Thi Diem Hang, the Deputy Director of the Hanoi Institute for Socio-Economic Development Studies, shared that the scientific conference is being held by the resolutions of the Central Committee and Politburo, particularly Resolution No. 15-NQ/TW, which outlines the direction and objectives for developing Hanoi Capital until 2030, with a vision towards 2045.
"The conference aims to promote the capital’s thousand-year-old history of civilization and heroism, foster collaboration, effectively leverage the capital’s potential and advantages, and mobilize resources to build and develop a modern and civilized capital," Hang said.
Hang mentioned that the conference is also intended to implement the Hanoi Party Committee’s Resolution No. 09-NQ/TU, which was issued on February 22, 2022, and focuses on developing the cultural industry in the capital region during the 2021-2025 period, with a vision towards 2030 and 2045.
In this regard, Hang expected the conference to address practical issues related to cultural, civilized, and modern development in Hanoi, propose solutions to promote cultural values and resources and shape the capital’s development philosophy until 2030 and vision towards 2050.
"With culture being seen as an essential driver for the development of Hanoi, the conference would also promote awareness and unity among all levels, branches, party members, and citizens of the city regarding the crucial position and role of Thang Long – Hanoi’s culture," she added.
The conference’s Presidium will include leaders from the City Party Committee, Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, along with renowned experts and scientists. The one-day event will comprise two sessions, and through the discussions and ideas generated, it will contribute to identifying and clarifying the content of civilization – culture – modernity and offer suggestions for the capital’s future development.
|Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Ha Minh Hai.|
The seminar also invited several international experts who have conducted extensive research on Vietnamese cultures, such as Prof. Dr. Philippe Papin – an expert on Vietnam at the Paris Practice Graduate School and a visiting teacher at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, and Professor Momoki Shiro from Osaka National University, Japan, who is also a visiting teacher at Vietnam Japan University.
The conference would address four main topics, including the culture of Thang Long – Hanoi and Hanoi as a “Civilized – Cultured – Modern” city; the cultural resources of Thang Long – Hanoi; Hanoi as a heritage capital and creative city with development aspirations; and the conditions, tasks, and solutions required to mobilize resources for developing the “Civilized – Cultured – Modern” capital.
To showcase and promote the traditional cultural values of Thang Long – Hanoi, the seminar would create an exhibition area where several typical traditional handicraft products of Hanoi are displayed, including fine art wood, mosaic, Bat Trang pottery, and Hang Trong painting.
Another area is dedicated to displaying cultural publications of Hanoi. Notably, the History Museum would present an exhibition space featuring bronze arrows excavated from Co Loa Citadel, and a set of products simulating the magic crossbow of King An Duong Vuong.
In conclusion to the press conference, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Ha Minh Hai emphasized that the outcomes of the conference would serve as a scientific foundation for all levels and sectors in the city to specify their programs and action plans under the directions and tasks of Resolution No. 15-NQ/TW of the Politburo on developing Hanoi Capital until 2030 with a vision to 2045, Resolution No. 09-NQ/TU of the Hanoi Party Committee on developing the cultural industry in the capital area from 2021 to 2025, orientation to 2030, vision 2045, and Program 06/CTr-TU of Hanoi City Party Committee on “Developing culture, improving the quality of human resources, building elegant and civilized Hanoi people, period 2021-2025”.
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