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.
Based on the contents of the virtual museum tour, we developed such interesting online questions in order to help the visitors gain more knowledge about the history of Vietnamese women as well as the Vietnam Women’s Union. Please click this link to gain interesting experiences by answering all these questions https://360.baotangphunu.org.vn/quiz-tour-giao-duc-trai-nghiem-tren-nen-tang-cong-nghe-so/
The weekend is always a great time to enjoy art. For the Museum Week theme “Art is Everywhere,” we decided to introduce the image of a smiling woman from the Lolo Hoa ethnic group in Vietnam. She is wearing a traditional costume made with the applique technique, representing the beauty and ingenuity of her people.