via Tuoi Tre News, 2 December 2018:
Source: Tuoi Tre News, 20181202
Authorities in Ho Chi Minh City sought expert advice on preserving decades-old buildings of architectural and historical importance against an urbanization backdrop by holding a workshop attended by domestic and foreign experts on Tuesday.
The workshop aimed to collect views and experience concerning architectural planning and utilize them as a reference point in rehabilitating valuable structures of a city where the French once left their construction footprints.
The event was jointly organized by the architectural research center – a unit of the municipal Department of Planning and Architecture – and Minerva Joint Stock Company.
Source: Ho Chi Minh City solicits expert advice on preserving valuable old buildings – Tuoi Tre News
The Ho Chi Minh City Museum opened a permanent exhibition last month on the artefacts from Hanoi’s Thang Long Citadel.
Artefacts from the Thang Long Imperial Citadel are on display at the Museum of HCM City. Source: Viet Nam News 20150928
Citadel artefacts displayed in HCM City
Viet Nam News, 28 September 2015
A permanent exhibition of artefacts from the Thang Long-Ha Noi Imperial Citadel opens today at the Museum of HCM City.
The exhibition includes 300 photos, maps, drawings, documentary films and artefacts reflecting the architecture, culture and history of the citadel.
The citadel was built in the 11th century during the Ly dynasty, to mark the independence of Dai Viet, the former name of Viet Nam.
The central section of the citadel was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site on July 31, 2010.
Full story here.
The Belgian National School of Visual Arts will conduct training for museum staff and students in artefact restoration and preservation in Ho Chi Minh City.
Source: Viet Nam News 20150112
Belgium, VN promote restoration
Viet Nam News, 12 January 2015
Experts (although the article is quite vague who exactly these experts are) in Ho Chi Minh City are calling for better ways to streamline the process in which museums procure artifacts for their collections.
City cracks down on antiques trade [Link no longer active]
Viet Nam News, 29 Sep 2012
Artefacts from the 18th century Tay Son Dynasty are being displayed at the Viet Nam History Museum at Ho Chi Minh City.
Tay Son dynasty antiques on display
Viet Nam News, 14 February 2011
Some of the oldest heritage buildings in and around Ho Chi Minh City are suffering damage due to neglect, according to reports from the city’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Crumbling relics slip through the cracks
Viet Nam News, 31 July 2010
In conjunction with the opening of the two permanent exhibitions on the Oc Eo and Champa cultures at the Vietnamese Museum of History at Ho Chi Minh City, a rare 8th century Buddha is unveiled and exhibited.
Rare $6 million Buddha statue on display in HCM City
Vietnam Net Bridge, 14 January 2010
The Museum of Vietnamese History in Ho Chi Minh City opens two permanent exhibitions showcasing artefacts from Vietnam’s Oc Eo and Champa cultures.
photo credit: ctsnow
HCM City museum opens Oc Eo, Champa culture exhibits
Vietnam Net Bridge, 13 January 2010
Vietnam has its share of mysterious mummies too – this one is from Ho Chi Minh City, apparently an aristocrat who died over 140 years ago.
A Vietnamese Mummy
Thanh Nien News, 23 May 2008
An exhibition on ancient lamps is on show at Ho Chi Minh city, with one of the oldest pieces coming from the Dong Son culture.
Ancient Lamps exhibited at HCMC
Thanh Nien News, 25 January 2008
Collection of ancient lamps on display
Vietnam Net Bridge, 27 January 2008