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Hoi An lends artefacts to Japan museum
18/04/2012 | 14:05:00
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Artefacts on loan from the city of Hoi An will be on show at an exhibition at the Kyushu Museum in Japan.

The artefacts include coloured glass excavated in the Bai Lang - Cu Lao Cham vestige and Japanese and Chinese porcelain found in Hoi An City.

The items will contribute to promoting the image of Hoi An City to the Japanese and increase awareness about trading activities between merchants from Japan and Vietnam in Hoi An during the past.-VNA
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