The first Vietnam Tourism Ambassador Ly Nha Ky invited her adoptive mother, a Hong Kong businesswoman, to participate in the program to promote Vietnam tourism in Hong Kong.
On June 27, a seminar on Vietnam tourism was held, with the presence of 200 guests who are Hong Kong officials and businessmen. In photo: Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Le Thanh Hai briefly introduced the economic situation and tourism investment in Vietnam.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on September 21 appointed actress and businesswoman Ly Nha Ky as its first tourism ambassador for one year, starting from September 2011.
Ly Nha Ky transferred the message about a friendly Vietnam which has unique cultural characteristics and has great potentials.
She said that Japan, South Korea and China are three major markets of Vietnam tourism in Northeast Asia.
The program is held from June 26 to 29.
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