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  • Capital Museum exhibits relics from Hall of Mental Cultivation in Forbidden City

    An exhibition titled “Hall of Mental Cultivation in the Forbidden City” is underway at the Capital Museum in Beijing. Co-hosted by the Capital Museum and the Palace Museum, the exhibition showcases 268 precious cultural relics from the Hall of Mental Cultivation, which had served as the living quarters of the Qing Dynasty emperors in the Forbidden City since the reign of Emperor Yongzheng.

    National Museum of China presents ancient world of Saudi Arabia

    The National Museum of China (NAMOC) is holding the “Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures of Saudi Arabia” art exhibition at galleries S7 and S8. The exhibition features 466 archaeological and cultural treasures from Saudi Arabian museums.

    NAMOC presents Huang Yongyu’s zodiac animal art

    The National Museum of China (NAMOC) is holding the “Huang Yongyu’s Zodiac Animal Paintings” exhibition at gallery N4 from January 19 to February 12. It is a special New Year gift from Huang that allows visitors to appreciate the Chinese zodiac culture from Huang’s artistic creations.

    National Museum of China showcases Louvre art treasures

    A grand exhibition of treasures from France's Louvre Museum, one of the oldest large museums in the world, was held in Beijing around the Spring Festival. A collection of 126 art treasures from the Louvre, including sculptures, paintings, cultural relics and handicrafts, are on display at the Invention of Louvre exhibition that opened at the National Museum of China on Jan. 13.

    Beijing holds top Tibetan Thangka painting exhibition

    'Tibet in the Heaven—Joint Exhibition of Top Tibetan Thangka Works' opened January 7 at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing. The exhibition presents both the tradition and innovation of Thangka art in Tibet,and it has attracted many art lovers.

    Yangliuqing classical New Year paintings show unique artistic charm

    More than 100 Yangliuqing classical New Year painting works were displayed January 10 at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing. The exhibition is designed to demonstrate the unique artistic charm of Yangliuqing New Year paintings and promote traditional culture and national arts in China.

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