(cinet)- The exhibition showed over 50 antiques which are precious property of 9 countries: Vietnam, India, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Japan, Thailand, North Korea and China. On 18th May recently, opening ceremony of the exhibition “Oriental treasures-Asian antiques” was held at the InternationalMuseum of Vietnam History. For Vietnamese items the Museum introduced Sao Vang bronze drum with 86cm high, 116cm wide in drumhead, age of 2500-2000 ago. This is the biggest Dong Son bronze drum in Dong Son drum collection known in Vietnam. India introduced 3 items: Shilva statue, Guan Yin sandstone relief and rock embossment. Cambodia showed wood standing statue of Buddha, 02 silver bowls with leaves and a picture of Buddha on his throne… on them. Laos brought to the exhibition a group of bronze Buddha statue from 19th century. North Korea’s item is a blue flowery porcelainous vase which is most valuable and rare in blue flowery porcelain. Thailand introduced a Buddha statue which is 2,222m high from 18th century. Myanmar showed a group of bronze Buddha statue from 19th century. Japan introduced a 56cm high bronze Buddha statue from 19th century, flowery porcelainous plate and vase from 17th century. China introduced a group of pottery which is proof special development of this handicraft including: colorful vase, ceramic calm status, blue and white crackle pillow… On occasion of international day, the Museum opened freely to local and foreign visitors.