The New York Times reports on a joint project by the Palace Museum in Beijing and the National Palace Museum in Taipei to research the stashing and protection of cultural relics during the 1930s and 40s: The original Palace...
National Palace Museum
by Paulina Hartono | Feb 11, 2009
Artwork divided between the National Palace Museums in Taipei and Beijing may be reunited in exhibition, according to Keith Bradsher of the New York Times: Divided for 60 years by war and political turbulence, the imperial art...
by Paulina Hartono | Jan 10, 2009
Agence France-Presse reports on the significance of the improving relations between museums in Taiwan and China: The major museums of long-term rivals Taiwan and China are planning unprecedented exchange visits and could hold a...
by Mo Ming | Dec 28, 2006
From The New York Times: After four years of renovations that closed two-thirds of the building, the museum housing the world’s most famous collection of Chinese art is reopening this winter and holding a three-month exhibition of its rarest works. The National Palace Museum, home to the best of the 1,000-year-old art collection of China’s […]
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