via Viet Nam News, 11 May 2018:
The central province, in co-operation with the Institute for Conservation of Monuments under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, will begin an urgent project to protect B3 tower in the UNESCO-recognised Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary from collapse before rainy season.
Source: Chăm tower to be reinforced
via VN Express, 06 May 2018:
A Vietnamese expert says Indian archeologists entrusted with restoring a Cham temple complex have been careless.
Source: Vietnamese, Indian experts at odds over restoration of UNESCO relic – VnExpress International
The governments of India and Vietnam recently signed an agreement to fund a five-year restoration project at the My Son complex in Quang Nam province.
A tower at My Son. Source: Viet Nam News 20150120
India to aid renovation of My Son towers
Viet Nam News, 20 January 2015
India will send experts and give a five-year subsidy of about US$2.5 million for renovation of the towers in the My Son sanctuary in the central Quang Nam province.
According to Dinh Hai, director of the Quang Nam Culture, Sports and Tourism Department, these details were included in a memorandum on preservation and renovation, signed by the leaders of the two countries last year.
Full story here.
Archaeologists have successfully reassembled a pair of skulls recovered from the Bau Du site in Quang Nam province, central Vietnam.
Restoring a 5,000-year-old skull. Source: Viet Nam Net 20141217
Ancient human skull successfully restored in Quang Nam
Viet Nam Net, 20141217
The ticketing system for Hoi An has been revamped to combat widespread inefficiencies in the present system. Proceeds from the sale of tickets go towards restoration works.
Tourism in Hoi An. Source: Viet Nam News 20140610
Hoi An to issue tourist cards
Viet Nam News, 10 June 2014
The Cham Towers of Dong Duong are being consumed by the forest, but despite its national heritage recognition very little has been done to preserve it.
Dong Duong Towers, Source: Thanh Nien News 20140512
9th century nat’l heritage disintegrates in central Vietnam
Thanh Nien News, 12 May 2014
Archaeologists find beads, ceramic sherds and an iron horse from a site in Quang Nam province dating to the 2,000-year-old Sa Huynh culture.
Source: Thanh Nien News 20140502
2,500 years burial relics accidentally unearth in central Vietnam
Thanh Nien News, 02 May 2014
A compilation of underwater archaeological finds found in the waters of Vietnam in recent years.
Finds from Binh Chau Province, Vietnam Net 20130117
Deep-sea treasures of Vietnam
Vietnam Net, 18 January 2013
The Indian Government announced a project by the Archaeological Survey of India to help preserve the My Son Sanctuary.
My Son Sanctuary, Tuoi Tre News 20120622
India helps to restore My Son heritage site
Tupi Tre News, 22 June 2012
What is thought to be the first privately-run museum in central Vietnam opens it doors, showcasing various artifacts from Vietnam’s past.
Chu Lai Museum, Vietnam Net 20120401
Antiquities at Chu Lai Museum
Viet Nam Net, 01 April 2012