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The mobile exhibition “Smiling Tears” opened to Bac Ninh Provincial Women’s Union

The mobile exhibition “Smiling Tears” opened to Bac Ninh Provincial Women’s Union

On the morning of April 15th, 2014, the Bac Ninh Provincial Women’s Union organized the Congress “Reviewing 5 years conducted the model of prevention against crime and social evils in different levels of the union”. Two hundred delegates attending the congress have been interested in the mobile exhibition “Smiling Tears” presented by Vietnamese Women’s Museum displayed at the congress’s venue.

April 15, 2014July 20, 2020
Top 10 museums worldwide women will enjoy

Top 10 museums worldwide women will enjoy

Vietnamese Women's Museum is suggested to be one of 10 worldwide museums that women will enjoy by Journeywoman, a travel website for women.

1. Textile Museum - Toronto, Canada
Are you interested in the history of fabrics? Do you love to decorate with more than modern design? Imagine a small space filled to the brim with 12,000 objects from more than 200 countries and regions. This charming collection housed in Toronto's Textile Museum celebrates cultural diversity via traditional fabrics, garments, carpets, beadwork, and basketry. Their tiny museum shop offers unique gifts and books, as well as one-of-a-kind fashion accessories and home decorations by Canadian and international artisans. (http://www.textilemuseum.ca/)

April 6, 2014July 20, 2020
Feedback from the public on the exhibition “Stories of Markets”

Feedback from the public on the exhibition “Stories of Markets”

Almost a month has gone by since the time the exhibition ‘‘Stories of Markets“ opened, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum has received thousands of visitors to view and experience the display. Visitors included foreign and domestic individuals and groups, especially many families who live in Hanoi of which there comprised many elderly people. From the feedback of visitors, we know that most of them has a common feeling: that the exhibition “Stories of Markets“ reminded them of their childhood memories, life in the past and the present as well also their anxiety and concern on the changes and the dissapearance of market places – a typical cultural aspect of Hanoi.

April 5, 2014July 20, 2020
Feedback from the public on the exhibition “Stories of Markets”

Feedback from the public on the exhibition “Stories of Markets”

Almost a month has gone by since the time the exhibition ‘‘Stories of Markets“ opened, the Vietnamese Women’s Museum has received thousands of visitors to view and experience the display. Visitors included foreign and domestic individuals and groups, especially many families who live in Hanoi of which there comprised many elderly people. From the feedback of visitors, we know that most of them have a common feeling: that the exhibition “Stories of Markets“ reminded them of their childhood memories, life in the past and the present as well also their anxiety and concern on the changes and the disappearance of market places – a typical cultural aspect of Hanoi.

April 4, 2014July 20, 2020