A total of 231 Afghan cultural relics are being exhibited in Nanjing Museum in east China's Jiangsu Province, according to the museum.
The cultural relics, including golden crowns and bronze statues, date back to the Kushan Empire and other periods from the 4th century B.C. to the 3rd century A.D., which reveal different characteristics of Chinese, Greek, Persian and other civilizations.
"I can feel the collision and fusion between Afghanistan and other civilizations through the cultural relics," said Gao Ju, a teacher from the provincial capital of Nanjing.
The Afghan cultural relics have been exhibited around the world since 2006, and having debuted in China in 2017, they have been exhibited in Chinese cities including Beijing, Chengdu and Changsha. The exhibition at the museum will close on Oct. 9.