There are 181 thousand results with the keywords “Nhật ký Đặng Thuỳ Trâm” (Vietnamese) and 443 thousand with “Dang Thuy Tram’s Diary” on Google. These figures show that the public at home and abroad are very interested in this historical evidence. However, most of the results focus solely on diary content as well as analytical articles related to the historical events mentioned in the diary. The content of the diary has been public since 2008 and does not require copyright to publish.
Thus, an interactive website of the diary content along with images, locations, and related events will provide a full and completed knowledgeable source. The graphics style of the website will also attract the audience with categorized content to make it easier to find information. In addition, the audience can leave feedback and comment on each page. This will help to complement and finalize the information as well as a place for the audience to express their feelings.
As I mentioned in the previous post, this website will be linked to social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter. The audience can share the web page on social networks to promote the interactive processes. The Facebook page will also be set up to update related information with the #thediaries #dangthuytram hashtags.
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