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Palace Museum opens relics restoration to the public

Shan Jixiang (C), the curator of the Palace Museum, poses with volunteers at the opening of its restoration 'hospital' to the public in Beijing, June 9, 2018. As part of ongoing activities held for China's Cultural and Natural Heritage Day, the first batch of 40 people watched 'doctors' repairing pieces from some of the museum's collections, including pieces of calligraphy, paintings, bronzeware and clocks, under the guidance of volunteers. Established in December 2016, the restoration hospital is located in the west of the Palace Museum. The facility covers 13,000 square meters and has the nation's most-advanced restoration studios. (Photo: China News Service/Liu Guanguan)

Shan Jixiang (C), the curator of the Palace Museum, poses with volunteers at the opening of its restoration 'hospital' to the public in Beijing, June 9, 2018. As part of ongoing activities held for China's Cultural and Natural Heritage Day, the first batch of 40 people watched 'doctors' repairing pieces from some of the museum's collections, including pieces of calligraphy, paintings, bronzeware and clocks, under the guidance of volunteers. Established in December 2016, the restoration hospital is located in the west of the Palace Museum. The facility covers 13,000 square meters and has the nation's most-advanced restoration studios. (Photo: China News Service/Liu Guanguan)

 

[ Editor: Xueying ]