Since the early days of the longest and most challenging diplomatic struggle in the history of our nation in the 20th century, Ms. Dương Thị Duyên, Head of the Southern News Department and a female journalist of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA), has been widely recognized and admired by many political activists and international media professionals in Paris.
On June 17th, journalist Huynh Dung Nhan released the book “40 years of Going, Loving, and Writing” at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum. The book depicted his journal career. This is one of the activities taking place in Hanoi on the occasion of the 98th celebration of Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (June 21, 1925 –June 21, 2023).
Leading up to International Women's Day (March 8), the 1,983rd anniversary of the HaiBa Trung uprising and the International Day of Happiness (March 20) the Vietnam womens Museum Womens Museum collaborated with journalist and direct or Mai Bong, on the morning of February 18, 2023 to open the exhibition "Dare to live a brilliant life".
Madam Phoukham Tounalom, the Secretary of Vientiane’s Party Committee from the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, during a visit at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum on the morning of August the 11th, 2022.
“War” – a word, when mentioned, provokes the image of brutality and separation. A memorial to the generation who participated in two resistance wars against France and America. To the generation who sacrificed their souls and blood for their independence and the freedom of their nation. To the generation’s power to overcome those days with the pure and sacred love for their nation.
On the 1st of July 2022, The Vietnamese Women’s Museum established the exhibition “Vietnamese Women Moments”. This was developed in partnership with an exhibition called “Joining hands for the advancement of women and sustainable development” from the Centre of Vietnamese Quintessential Craft Villages in Bat Trang, and with the Ha Noi Vietnamese Women’s Organization.
In the morning on the 18th of May, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum organised an artefact exchange to celebrate the International Museum Day 2022. The topic of the artefact exchange was “Museums – where love for heritage blooms” .
On the morning of April the 20th 2022, the Vietnam Women’s Museum held a ceremony to receive artefacts and exchange in the theme of “The hearts of peace”.