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Beijing Palace Museum relics to be exhibited in Taipei

TWENTY-nine cultural relics from the Palace Museum of the Forbidden City in Beijing will be exhibited in Taipei in the coming fall, the Fujian-based reported today.

The relics will be part of an exhibition on the Yongzheng Emperor of the Qing Dynasty in the Palace Museum in Taipei.

The exhibition was agreed to during the first-ever formal visit by Zhou Gongxin, the Taipei Palace Museum's director.

All the relics in the Taipei museum were originally from the Palace Museum in Beijing before being taken to Taiwan 60 years ago. The Beijing Palace Museum was home to emperors from the Ming and Qing dynasties.

Zheng Xinmiao, the director of the Palace Museum in Beijing, will discuss the details during a visit to Taipei in March.

Zou will visit Shanghai tomorrow and will visit the Shanghai Museum on Wednesday.


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