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On October 14, 2021, at the Headquarters of the Mass Mobilization Division of Trang Bom District, the Dong Nai Provincial People’s Committee and the Standing Committee of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha Administration of Bien Hoa City visited and presented 300 gifts worth 90 million VND to them. frontline forces against epidemics, workers, ethnic minorities, children with difficult family circumstances.

This is a program of coordination activities between the Provincial People’s Committee and the Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha city to celebrate the 91st anniversary, the traditional day of the Party’s mass mobilization work (October 15, 1930–October 15, 2021). .

Here, Ms. Pham Thi Kim Chung, Standing Vice Chairman of the Provincial Party Committee’s Mass Mobilization Committee, and Venerable Thich Minh Tri, Head of the City’s Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, presented gifts donated by the City’s Standing Committee of the Buddhist Sangha. encourage the venerable monks, nuns, and abbots of affiliated monasteries to support.

Previously, on October 10, 2021, also on the occasion of the Party’s People’s Day, the Bien Hoa City Party Committee’s Mass Mobilization Committee together with the City’s Standing Committee of the Buddhist Executive Committee presented 200 gifts, worth 60 million VND. to households facing difficulties due to COVID-19 in wards: Tan Tien, Buu Hoa and Quang Vinh.

It is known that, with the spirit of “protecting the nation and the people”, living “a good life and a good religion”, over the years, the city’s Executive Board of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha has always accompanied the Provincial Committee for Mass Mobilization as well as the City Party Committee for Mass Mobilization in public affairs. social security, sharing love with hundreds of disadvantaged people in Dong Nai province on national holidays and Tet.

Some recorded pictures:

The spirit of protecting the nation and the people of Zen Master Van Hanh

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