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Taipei-based Palace Museum presens bronze vessels

2010-05-25 12:38:28 GMT2010-05-25 20:38:28 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Visitors view the exhibits at the Taipei-based Palace Museum, Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, May 25, 2010. A permanent exhibiton, presenting bronze vessels from Chinese Shang and Zhou dynasties to Qin and Han dynasties, was opened at the museum Tuesday.(Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

Visitors view the exhibits at the Taipei-based Palace Museum, Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, May 25, 2010. A permanent exhibiton, presenting bronze vessels from Chinese Shang and Zhou dynasties to Qin and Han dynasties, was opened at the museum Tuesday.(Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

Visitors view the exhibits at the Taipei-based Palace Museum, Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, May 25, 2010. A permanent exhibiton, presenting bronze vessels from Chinese Shang and Zhou dynasties to Qin and Han dynasties, was opened at the museum Tuesday.(Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

Visitors view the exhibits at the Taipei-based Palace Museum, Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, May 25, 2010. A permanent exhibiton, presenting bronze vessels from Chinese Shang and Zhou dynasties to Qin and Han dynasties, was opened at the museum Tuesday.(Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

Visitors view the exhibits at the Taipei-based Palace Museum, Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, May 25, 2010. A permanent exhibiton, presenting bronze vessels from Chinese Shang and Zhou dynasties to Qin and Han dynasties, was opened at the museum Tuesday.(Xinhua/Wu Ching-teng)

A permanent exhibiton, presenting bronze vessels from Chinese Shang and Zhou dynasties to Qin and Han dynasties, was opened at the museum Tuesday.

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