Fri, September 03, 2010
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Preview of Hong Kong Int'l Art and Antiques Fair

2010-09-03 03:30:20 GMT2010-09-03 11:30:20 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A staff member introduces a Tang Dynasty Sandstone Bodhisattva body with an estimated value of 9 million HK dollors during a preview of the Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair (Fine Art Asia 2010) in Hong Kong, south China, Sept. 2, 2010. The annual Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair will be held in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center from Oct. 3 to 6, featuring Asian antiques and contemporary artworks. (Xinhua/Li Qiuchan)

The photo taken on Sept. 2, 2010 shows the Yuan Dynasty Cinnabar Lacquer Circular Foliate Dish Carved with Birds and Flowers at an estimated value of 2.5 million HK dollors during a preview of the Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair (Fine Art Asia 2010) in Hong Kong, south China. (Xinhua/Li Qiuchan)

A girl poses with a sculpture named Morning Glory designed by Chinese contemporary sculptor Xu Hongfei during a preview of the Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair (Fine Art Asia 2010) in Hong Kong, south China, Sept. 2, 2010. The sculpture estimated value is 1.6 million HK dollars. (Xinhua/Li Qiuchan)

A man poses with a sculpture named Catching the Moon designed by Chinese contemporary sculptor Xu Hongfei during a preview of the Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair (Fine Art Asia 2010) in Hong Kong, south China, Sept. 2, 2010. The estimated value of the sculpture is 780,000 HK dollars. (Xinhua/Li Qiuchan)

The photo taken on Sept. 2, 2010 shows the Tang Dynasty Marble Bodhisattva Head with an estimated value of 3.8 million HK dollors during a preview of the Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair (Fine Art Asia 2010) in Hong Kong, south China. (Xinhua/Li Qiuchan)

A preview of the Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair (Fine Art Asia 2010) was held in Hong Kong, south China, Sept. 2, 2010.

The annual Hong Kong International Art and Antiques Fair will be held in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center from Oct. 3 to 6, featuring Asian antiques and contemporary artworks.

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