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An exhibition on Hanoi’s tribal culture

An exhibition on Hanoi’s tribal culture

Vietnam – Australia

An exhibition on Hanoi’s tribal culture

A multimedia installation exhibition titled “Walking Through a Songline” opened Thursday (April 27) at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum in Hanoi.

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The “Walking Through a Songline” exhibition opens in Hanoi on April 27.
Photo: VNA/CVN

Organized by the Australian Embassy to expose the unique and vivid Australian cultures to the Vietnamese people, the expo is part of activities to celebrate the 50.e Year of establishment of diplomatic relations between Australia and Vietnam (1973-2023).

The ‘Walking Through a Songline’ exhibition is an international touring version of the well-known ‘Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters’ exhibition, following its debut in Canberra at the National Museum of Australia. The exhibition showcases Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and stories.

At the opening ceremony, Australia’s ambassador to Vietnam, Andrew Koleczynowski, said one of the Australian government’s missions is to bring Australia’s history, including its indigenous people, to the world.

Nguyen Thi Tuyet, director of the Vietnamese Women’s Museum, co-organizer of the exhibition, said it delves into Australia’s culture and history through a unique digital presentation. It is a great gift for Hononians, he added.

The exhibition runs till May 21.


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