Tiền Phong (newspaper)

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Tiền Phong
TypeDaily Newspaper
FormatPrint, online
Owner(s)Central Committee of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union
Political alignment Ho Chi Minh Thought
Socialist-oriented market economy
Website https://www.tienphong.vn/

Tiền Phong (Vietnamese : Báo Tiền Phong, meaning "Vanguard") is a Vietnamese daily newspaper published by the Central Committee of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union, the youth wing of the Communist Party of Vietnam. It was established during the First Indochina War as one of the first revolutionary newspapers in Vietnam, at about the same time as the predecessors of Quan Doi Nhan Dan and Nhan Dan . [1]

Ton Duc Luong was in charge of illustrations from 1957 to 1982. [2]

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  2. Lý Trực Dũng (2010). Biếm họa Việt Nam. Hanoi: NXB Mỹ Thuật. p. 56.