Artist Pham Khac Ha (standing next to the weaving loom) donating to the Hanoi Museum a shirt belonged to his father Pham Van Kiem, weaved from a rare silk in the 1971s.
Following the order of the People’s Committee of Hanoi on accelerating the progress of displaying the Hanoi Museum project for 2018 on the basis of: The overall guidelines and space allocation; the detailed display guidelines and content-presentation outline, and the display method have been approved, the Museum has deployed the communication and propaganda among the people, conducted surveys, admitted and acknowledged contributions of organizations and persons who are dedicated to the heritage of the Capital city.
To recognize the love for heritages within the Capital city of organizations and persons, the Hanoi Museum will launch the campaign to admit exhibit donations on September 12 to honor organizations and persons who have contributed to the preservation of the heritages and the display of the Hanoi Museum, all the while announcing and introducing documents and exhibits donated by multiple organizations and persons throughout the past.
Exhibits related to the pottery trade in Bat Trang, Gia Lam, Hanoi
The group of exhibit collection mainly consist of relics related to the religious culture, lifestyles of Hanoi dwellers early 20th century, exhibits from the time of resistance and from the subsidy phase. Other relics are from ancient trades are collected, especially the ancient Thang Long – Hanoi traditional trades. All of the exhibits and documents provided by the Hanoi Museum are valuable in culture and spiritual, they act as proof of the development of Hanoi throughout history.
In the coming time, the Hanoi Museum still wishes to accept further donations from all organizations and persons desiring to enrich valuable exhibits and to share meaningful stories to the public.