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The exhibition “Life in Its Many Forms: Figure Paintings from Across the Ages in the Palace Museum Collection (Phase Ⅲ)” opened at the Hall of Literary Brilliance (Wenhua dian) in the Palace Museum on August 30 and will continue until
The Palace Museum is housed in the Forbidden City, the world's largest and best-preserved wooden palace complex, which possesses a collection of more than 1.86 million priceless treasures. The imperial architecture of the Ming and Qing dynasties and the rich collections that reside here together represent the crystallization of human civilization and wisdom; their contemporary significance—including historical, cultural, aesthetic, scientific and technological values—deserve our continuous exploration. It has been our constant academic focus to explore how to better protect, research, interpret, display and transmit the history and culture contained in the Forbidden City and its collections.
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Hong Kong Palace Museum Celebrates Official Opening Opening exhibitions jointly curated by HKPM and Palace Museum to showcase the splendour of 5,000 years of Ch
As the 2022 Spring Festival approaches, please note the Palace Museum’s schedule for openings and closures, as follows:31 January (Chinese New Year’s Eve): Cl
On 14 December, Beijing time, the Palace Museum and the J. Paul Getty Trust of the United States held an online ceremony for the signing of a cooperation agreem
From 21 to 22 December 2021, with support from the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China
In November 2017, the Palace Museum and Tencent jointly held the 1st Culture + Tech International Forum. After four years’ development and accumulation, especi
6 December 2021 – Due to the foundation research and construction work of the protection project, the Palace of Prolonging Happiness (Yanxi gong), includi
On November 23, 1972, the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage was signed in Paris, ushering in an age in which the w