The Palace Museum is located in the heart of Beijing. Visitors will be excited to find a wide variety of historic sites, scenic parks, shopping malls, museums, and theatres in her vicinity. Conveniently located bus stops and subway stations provide easy access to transportation.
The center of imperial governance and family life, the Forbidden City consists of various structures that were designed for specific functions. Each structure was built in accordance with the traditional Chinese architectural hierarchy and designed to reflect imperial power and authority.
About 15 officials including Mr. Azali, President of Comoros and his wife visited the Palace Museum accompanied by the Chinese ambassador in Comoros and Mr. Zhu Chengru, the deputy director of the Palace Museum from 9:20 to 10:20 am on Jun 19th, 2003.
Mr. President and his wife showed great interests in the politics and life in the palace and asked the interpreter many questions. The interpreter explained them one by one according to the visit.
Mr. President left comments on the visitor's book "visiting the Palace Museum is the bright spot of my Chinese tour and its majesty is admirable."
After visit, Mr. Zhu gave the picture catalogs about the Palace Museum to Mr. President and his wife on behalf of the museum as presents.