Held in celebration of the upcoming Year of the Tiger, the exhibition is being jointly arranged by the museum, the Hung Kings Temple historical relic site, and collectors.

On show are more than 30 exhibits, documents, and images featuring tigers throughout the more than 2,000 years of the country’s art history, revealing that tigers were widely portrayed in ancient pottery, carvings, and folk paintings, among others.

The exhibition will help the public understand more about the depiction of tigers in Vietnamese art and why the tiger is one of the zodiac animals.

It is open until August 31./.