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The Jadeite Cabbage with Insects Pays a Short Visit to Japan; the National Palace Museum Compensates Visitors by Displaying an Assortment of Magnificent Artifacts
Release date:2014/04/02
The Jadeite Cabbage with Insects Pays a Short Visit to Japan; the National Palace Museum Compensates Visitors by Displaying an Assortment of Magnificent Artifacts
From Jun. 17, 2014 to Jul. 10, 2014, the National Palace Museum's (NPM's) Jadeite Cabbage with Insects (Qing Dynasty artifact) will pay a short visit to Tokyo. To ensure that visitors continue to receive the best visiting experience, the NPM will showcase miscellaneous awe-inspiring artifacts comprising those detailed below:
  1. Planter with coral carving of the planetary deity Kuei-xing, guardian of the civil service examination and  scholarship (Qing Dynasty artifact), displayed from Jun. 17 to Jun. 24.
  2. Gold Chalice of Eternal Stability and the Jade Candlestick of Constant Harmony (Qing Dynasty artifacts), displayed from Jun. 25 to Jul. 2.
  3. High-Stem Set of Carved Wood Cups (17th century European artifact), displayed from Jul. 3 to Jul. 10.
During the Meat-Shaped Stone's trip to Kyushu from Sept. 30, 2014 to Oct. 23, 2014, the NPM will exhibit various Qing Dynasty artifacts that will consist of the Small Jadeite Cabbage, the Jadeite Cabbage Floral Holder, and the Jade Brush Holder with a Garden Scene, allowing visitors to see three Jadeite Cabbages at once!
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