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Hanoi University celebrated Russian language birthday with Russian songs and dances

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Hanoi University celebrated Russian language birthday with Russian songs and dances


The Organizing Committee of the Russian Culture Week notes that the concert allowed talented students to practice in teamwork, demonstrate their abilities and knowledge and get closer to the Russian language and Russian culture as well as to Russian people.


The events united students of various courses and graduates of the Russian language faculty. The show of talents that gathered hundreds of spectators was also timed to the Day of the Vietnamese teacher, one of the main holidays in the state.


Russian is one of the most popular foreign languages ​​in Vietnam. There are centers and schools of the Russian language, as well as the faculties of the Russian language in the key universities of the country. Representatives of leading Russian universities regularly come to Vietnam to present their programs and attract Vietnamese students to study in Russia.

Earlier Russkiy Mir reported about the Russian Calligraphy contest held in Ho Chi Minh City. Describing the reasons that prompted students to take up the study of the Russian language, the students wrote that they liked Russian writers, the sound of Russian words and the diversity of the language.

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