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The Institute of Hán-Nôm Studies or Viện nghiên cứu Hán Nôm 院研究漢喃, in Hanoi, Vietnam is the main research center, historical archival agency and reference library for the study of chữ Hán and chữ Nôm texts in Vietnam.
The Vietnamese Nôm Preservation Foundation was founded in 1999 as a public charity devoted to preserving 1000 years of writing in Chữ Nôm, the Chinese-like script that Vietnamese used to record their own language and its vast heritage of poetry, history, medicine, and religion. The Foundation has been instrumental in digitizing the Nôm collections housed at the National Library of Vietnam, in Hanoi.
Led by Dr. Ngô Thanh Nhàn, the Nôm Studies Project documents texts written in the national ideographic script of Vietnam called chữ Nôm. This project is part of the activities of the Center for Vietnamese Philosophy, Culture & Society of Temple University.