Viet Nam

Vũ Hồng Nhi

Vũ Hồng Nhi

Vũ Hồng Nhi is the Vice Head of the Education Department at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology (VME), in Hanoi, an ASEMUS member. She started working at the VME in 1997, a few months before it opened to the public. The museum presents three exhibitions (‘Inside door’, ‘Open door’ and ‘World cultural exhibition’), which provide […]  Read More

Conference: Rethinking Museums & Sustainable Development

Conference: Rethinking Museums & Sustainable Development

The 2014 Annual Conference of ICOM’s ICTOP (International Committee for the Training of Personnel) will be held in Hanoi and Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, on 21-25 October.

Entitled ‘Rethinking Museums & Sustainable Development for the Global Profession – Postcolonial Museology, Appropriate Capacity Building and Regional Engagement’, the event takes place in the broader framework of recent debates which challenge hegemonic notions of museology and the conventional approaches to capacity building in museums. It also aims to provide an intensive professional development programme for museum staff in Asia and the Pacific.  Read More

[Luang Prabang] Katu People of Southern Laos

[Luang Prabang] Katu People of Southern Laos

The Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre’s new exhibit is entitled, “Carving a Community: The Katu People”. It will be held in Luang Prabang, Laos, until September 2014.  Read More

Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts

Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts

The Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts is a national museum established by the Vietnamese government to preserve and present the country’s artistic treasures.   Read More

World Heritage Sites of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam

World Heritage Sites of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam

The exhibition “Our Common Heritage: Exploring World Heritage Sites of Cambodia, Laos & Vietnam” will be held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia until July 31 2013.  Read More

[Presentation] Vietnamese Women’s Museum: Education for All

[Presentation] Vietnamese Women’s Museum: Education for All

“Vietnamese Women’s Museum: Education for All, Facts and Challenges”
Presented by Lê Thi Thúy Hoàn, Head of Department of International Co-operation, Vietnamese Women’s Museum, at the 5th Asia-Europe Museum Network (ASEMUS) General Conference, 13-15 September 2012, National Museum of Korea, Seoul.  Read More

Lê Thị Thúy Hoàn

Lê Thị Thúy Hoàn

Lê Thị Thúy Hoàn, Head of Department of International Cooperation, The Vietnamese Women’s Museum Hoàn has just joined The Vietnamese Women’s Museum, after having worked for 18 years in other museums in Hanoi – Vietnam Revolution Museum, and the Vietnam National Museum of History. She is responsible for international cooperation and project development, and has been […]  Read More

Vietnamese Women's Museum

Vietnamese Women’s Museum

The Vietnamese Women’s Museum was founded by the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam in 1987 as an entity within the Viet Nam Women’s Union. The museum explores Viet Nam’s cultural diversity and women’s significant contributions to the nation’s development, culture and society.   Read More

[Conference] Cham Civilisational Linkages between India and Vietnam

[Conference] Cham Civilisational Linkages between India and Vietnam

In Da Nang, Vietnam, a two-day Conference on the Cham Civilizational Linkages between India and Vietnam will be held. This conference would provide a rare opprotunity for the Indian archaeological teams working for the restoration of Angkor Wat, Ta Prhom in Cambodia and Wat Phu in Laos to present their results to the Vietnamese experts working on Myson.  Read More

Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

Vietnam Museum of Ethnology

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology (VME) in Hanoi is a place to preserve and exhibit the collections of the 54 ethnic groups who live in Viet Nam.  Read More

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