After Spring Break, our Ly Thai To Learning Centre will be transformed as the permanent home for our UNIS Cultural Collection.
During the Break, an expert team from Workroom Four will transform the space into our very own mini-museum and learning experience for our students to explore Vietnam’s rich cultural heritage.
The UNIS Cultural Collection was made possible by the generous donation of more than 200 Vietnamese cultural and historic artefacts by Ms Nhung Nguyen and Dr Mark Rapoport, founders of Hanoi Gallery, 54 Traditions.
The Exhibition transformation has been generously supported by donors from our Vietnamese community.
UNIS Hanoi occupies a unique position in which it can serve both our host country and the School community by bridging cultural understanding and exploration through a shared passion and respect for Vietnamese history, culture and traditions. Through the collection, curation and meaningful exhibition of the artefacts, the UNIS Cultural Collection is designed to support both curriculum learning and community education.
It will be officially launched to the community when campus regulations permit and we are also developing an online exhibition for outreach.