A corner of the exhibition, “Doi Moi – A Journey of Dreams”, at the National Museum of History.
Cultural publications help much in encouraging the Doi Moi process,
in service of the people’s cultural and spiritual life during the first years of the Doi Moi.
Ordinary objects, such as the Rang Dong thermos and sewing machines, are proof of the success
that the Doi Moi recorded in its prime stage to reach the goal, i.e. to produce enough consumer goods for the people.
The DD motorbike donated by Van to the National Museum of History for display.
Visitors’ comments on the exhibition, “Doi Moi – A Journey of Dreams”.
The coupons used in the subsidised period on display at the exhibition help visitors
understand more about the difficult time that the people were facing.
Slogans to highlight the people’s determination to implement the Doi Moi.
Imported goods from abroad to serve the people in the first years of the Doi Moi process.
The Doi Moi has brought many opportunities to and changes in the lives of many Vietnamese people.
Cultural publications support the Doi Moi process and encourage the people to implement it as well.
Visitors at the exhibition, “Doi Moi – A Journey of Dreams”, held by the National Museum of History
on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Doi Moi process.