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Palace Museum to restore imperial Spring Festival celebration scenes

bodog www.emersonvisualarts.com | Updated: 2019-01-03 17:28
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The Palace Museum will restore scenes showing how the imperial palace celebrated the Spring Festival in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It will be the first time for ordinary people to experience how the Lunar New Year was observed inside the palace.

The exhibition New Year Greetings - Celebrating Spring Festival in the Forbidden City will have the most cultural relics and the largest area of any exhibition since the establishment of the Palace Museum. While only 100 relics usually go on display in most exhibitions, this event will feature 885 pieces and the venue will stretch throughout the entire open area of the Palace Museum. According to China Youth Daily on Wednesday, the exhibition will start Jan 28 and end Feb 12.

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