In the morning of June 23rd (i.e. May 10th on the lunar calendar), at Hon Noi island (Nha Trang City), Khanh Hoa Salanganes Nest Company held Nest Festival 2018. Mr. Le Xuan Than - Member of Standing Committee of Provincial Party Committee, Vice Chairman of Provincial People's Council, Head of Provincial Delegation of National Assembly; Mr. Dao Cong Thien - Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee attended the festival.
At the ceremony, after reviewing the history and development of the Nest exploitation; more than 900 delegates give incenses to commemorate the merits of the forefather Commander Le Van Dat and the mother Le Thi Huyen Tram.
Speaking at the ceremony, Mr. Le Xuan Than highly appreciates the contribution of Khanh Hoa Salanganes Nest Company to the socio-economic development of the province in recent years. At the same time, he desires next time, the company continues to focus on producing high quality products in order to better serve the needs of consumers…
It is known that currently, Khanh Hoa Salanganes Nest Company manages 33 islands in the sea from Quang Binh to Con Dao with over 170 nest caves.
Provincial leaders and leaders of Khanh Hoa Salanganes Nest Company awarded certificates of merits to individuals.
On this occasion, Khanh Hoa Salanganes Nest Company presented certificates of merits to 25 individuals who have outstanding achievements in the profession of Nest in 2018; Presented souvenirs to representatives of the Le family in Vinh Nguyen ward and Phuoc Hai ward (Nha Trang city).
In 1328, the Tran dynasty commander Le Van Dat discovered nest islands in Phu Binh Khang sea area (Khanh Hoa province today) opened the nests exploitation in this place and was worshiped as forefather of nest profession. Subsequently, the descendant of Admiral Le Van Dat was an envoy of Le Van Quang and his daughter, Le Thi Huyen Tram, who had great achievements in protecting and developing the swallow's nests in the area. On May 10th in the Ky Suu Year, the Admiral Le Thi Huyen Tram and many other officers of the Tây Son were bravely sacrificed to protect the territorial waters and the nest islands. From there, she was worshiped by the people as Mother Island, was worshiped at the Temple on Hon Noi Island.