Paintings and other art works on Hungary and its people were on display at the University of Fine Arts in Ho Chi Minh City early this year.
The exhibition presented to the public art works by Vietnamese painter Le Thuong and objects from the ethnological collections of Hungarian collector Elek Ersebet, president of the Lisai Elek Janos Fund in Hungary.
Ethnological collections included many farm tools, daily living equipment, handicraft products, paintings, photos and keys to cooking, said Ms. Elek Ersebet.
They are all on display at the Lisai Elek Janos Fund office and have attracted thousands of people.
The Lisai Elek Janos Fund focuses on educating young people to preserve their traditional culture. It has also organised many international literary camps, exchanges and exhibitions of a large number of artists at home and abroad.