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Xu Liyi 13 Oct 18
What happened when the teacher took a nap? The whole class was going wild. By Qiu Ying (1498-1552), collected in the , a grassroot painter especially famous for figure paintings with meticulous brush strokes and realistic representation
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Shanghai Museum 30 Nov 18
Some highlights from "In a Myriad of Forms: the Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Lacquers", on view through 24 April 2019 at . Judging from the pictures, would you have guessed they are all made of lacquer?
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Shanghai Museum 31 Dec 18
from Shanghai! We are glad to have joined Twitter in 2018 and befriended so many of you. Hope you will keep following us online and we can see you at sometime in 2019. A new year, a new video. Please sit back and enjoy 🍿🍿🍿
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ShanghaiEye 15 Nov 18
In order to carry forward the traditional Chinese lacquer culture, “In a Myriad of Forms: The Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Lacquers” is held in Shanghai Museum. More than 200 pieces of ancient Chinese lacquer were selected from the .
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Maria Rud 2 Mar 18
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MediaGovGr 25 Oct 17
🇬🇷 🇨🇳 Treasures from the on display at the | Find more ➡️ 
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Ankush Saikia 31 Oct 18
Traditional wear of the Lhoba community from Chaya region of Tibet, 2nd half of 20th century. In the minority groups section of
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ShanghaiEye 30 Oct 18
The 2018 "Wonderful Night of " was held in Shanghai Museum last night. This is the third fantastic night event held by the museum after the “Cultural and Creative Design Competition” in 2016 and the “Last 100 Minutes of the British Museum Exhibition” in 2017.
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MediaGovGr 27 Oct 17
commemorates October 28th Nat'l Holiday w/ 2 masterpieces from &free entrance
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ShanghaiEye Jul 13
Over 2000 citizens in visited the last night, though it was raining heavily. This summer, 14 museums will open till 9pm on Fridays. Check out on their official websites!
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Katie Har 1 Nov 18
Continuing my dog spotting , further on in the jade gallery and many centuries later I found this dog (960–1269 AD) - still looking behind. I liked his ears and curled tail & the chronological overlap with things I study.
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Katie Har 30 Oct 18
Had a lot of fun keeping an eye out for dogs during my recent visit to the (ok I admit during my trip overall too 🐶) From the jade gallery, the earliest I spotted was this little one keeping an eye behind him from 13th-11th century BC
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China Culture Jun 4
Silver was used as money in China for centuries during imperial times. An ongoing exhibition at , which runs through July 28, tells the story of China's association with the metal.
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James Barber 28 Feb 19
The Shanghai Museum is well worth a visit. Artefacts dating back 8000+ years on display. And no entry fee! :-) @ Shanghai Museum
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Ting Microway Dec 25
Currently at : Cultural relics of monk , who spread against imperial order & founded in Japan. W murals by on Jianzhen’s courage & a kind of Buddhist . The perfect message 😉
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Xu Liyi 14 Nov 18
A myriad of forms: ancient Chinese exhibition will open today in showcasing over 200 objects, more than all you can imagine about lacquer. Free admission!
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ShanghaiEye Jun 27
The received a donation of 45 Chinese carpets from the late collector Martin Posth. Martin Posth died in 2017 at the age of 75. He participated in the establishment of the Sino-German joint venture Shanghai from 1984 to 1988.
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ShanghaiEye Mar 13
Today is the first day that reopened to the public since it was closed on Jan 23. Shanghai Museum only accepts those who made an appointment online in advance and strictly controls the number of people inside the exhibition hall.
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Xu Liyi 1 Feb 19
Come and celebrate the Chinese New Year of pig in the . A focus exhibition unveiled recently a over 2000 year old pig shaped bronze vessel which was used as wine container, very rare of its kind
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Adeline Chua 4 Jan 19
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