The Meridian Gate Exhibition Hall of the Palace Museum in Beijing will host a display of relics from the Palace Museum and the Tibet autonomous area until July 3.
A total of 108 sets of cultural artifacts are on exhibit, including 13 sets from the Sakya Temple Management Committee and the subordinate offices of the Tibet autonomous region’s Cultural Heritage Bureau, as well as 95 sets from the Palace Museum.
The show is drawing many of people because to its abundance of wonderful objects.
“I’m in awe of the show. I’ve never been to Tibet, but the Palace Museum has given me the opportunity to learn about its distinctive culture, according to Wang Lu, a traveler from the province of Hebei.
Wang traveled to Beijing with her son for the weekend, and their first stop was the Palace Museum.
The extensive exhibition examines the development of interethnic interactions under the Yuan (1271–1368), Ming (1368–1644), and Qing (1644–1911) periods.
The exhibition showcases the Palace Museum’s five years of scientific investigation into Tibet. It demonstrates the history of the imperial court’s exchanges and relationships with Tibet and investigates the cultural ramifications of the artifacts.
“With a significant past and vibrant culture, Tibet merits public attention. To educate more people about Tibet, I hope that additional exhibits like this one may be staged, Wang added.