An exhibition on Vietnamese lions from the last 1,000 years are on display at the Viet Nam Museum of Fine Arts.
Sacred animals reveal the true Viet Nam
Viet Nam News, 08 November 2014
Hoang Hai Yen, a secondary student from Ha Noi, was completely wrapped up in colouring a picture of lion, a sacred object used in pagodas in Viet Nam.
She and other students were taking part in an activity held together with an exhibition on su tu (lion) and nghe (mythological lion) at the Viet Nam Museum of Fine Arts yesterday.
Visitors to the exhibition can learn more about the identification, origin and meaning of the sacred animals.
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