Youngsters to Learn and Follow Ho Chi Minh Thought about Patriotic Emulation
Throughout his revolutionary life, President Ho Chi Minh issued several calls for action. His call for action was closely associated to the historical context and aimed to encourage and mobilize the citizens to fulfill revolutionary tasks. During the resistance war against France, on 11 June 1948 on the occasion of the 1.000 day anniversary of national resistance (since 19 December 1946), President Ho Chi Minh wrote the “Call for Patriotic Emulation”, declaring the patriotic movement. 70 years have passed and his Call for Patriotic Emulation still have strong impact on the people, including the youngsters, motivating them to work and thrive for the country.
Abstract: Since its birth in the second half of the 20th century, the Internet has been developing strongly in recent decades, providing a variety of services to meet the diverse needs of individuals, families, organizations, and countries. With the increasing use of the Internet and related services, people are empowered with more rights, especially freedom of expression, to overcome geographical distances and promote the spread of information. However, the disproportionate development, the inadequacy in regulations and unequal order in cyberspace are increasingly evident, creating a widening gap among countries and regions. In addition, a great number of activities in cyberspace have left serious consequences on society, posing a dilemma of cybersecurity for countries and the international community.