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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/TAIWAN
RTS36D68
March 17, 2020
Visitors wear face masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the National...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitors wear face masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the National...
Visitors wear face masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, March 17, 2020. REUTERS/Ann Wang
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/TAIWAN
RTS36D64
March 17, 2020
A staff cleans and disinfects a display window to protect the guest from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Taipei, Taiwan
A staff cleans and disinfects a display window to protect the guest from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
A staff cleans and disinfects a display window to protect the guest from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, March 17, 2020. REUTERS/Ann Wang
TAIWAN-CULTURE/
RTX2C0R3
April 28, 2016
Staff members stand around a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview of "Terracotta...
Taipei, Taiwan
Staff members stand around a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview of "Terracotta...
Staff members stand around a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture" exhibition at National Palace Museum, in Taipei, Taiwan April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-CULTURE/
RTX2C0O9
April 28, 2016
A "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" is displayed during a media preview of "Terracotta -The...
Taipei, Taiwan
A "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" is displayed during a media preview of "Terracotta -The...
A "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" is displayed during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture" exhibition at National Palace Museum, in Taipei, Taiwan April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-CULTURE/
RTX2C0O8
April 28, 2016
Staff members adjust a head of a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview...
Taipei, Taiwan
Staff members adjust a head of a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview...
Staff members adjust a head of a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture" exhibition at National Palace Museum, in Taipei, Taiwan April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-CULTURE/
RTX2C0O5
April 28, 2016
A "Gold Monster" is displayed during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture"...
Taipei, Taiwan
A "Gold Monster" is displayed during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture"...
A "Gold Monster" is displayed during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture" exhibition at National Palace Museum, in Taipei, Taiwan April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-CULTURE/
RTX2C0O4
April 28, 2016
Staff members stand around a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview of "Terracotta...
Taipei, Taiwan
Staff members stand around a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview of "Terracotta...
Staff members stand around a "Terracotta Senior Military Officer in Army" during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture" exhibition at National Palace Museum, in Taipei, Taiwan April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-CULTURE/
RTX2C0O1
April 28, 2016
Security guard stand next to a "Bronze bo Bell of Qin Gong" during a media preview of "Terracotta -The...
Taipei, Taiwan
Security guard stand next to a "Bronze bo Bell of Qin Gong" during a media preview of "Terracotta -The...
Security guard stand next to a "Bronze bo Bell of Qin Gong" during a media preview of "Terracotta -The Rise and Legacy of Qin Culture" exhibition at National Palace Museum, in Taipei, Taiwan April 28, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN/
RTR2N5EM
June 01, 2011
A reporters takes photos of an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun...
Taipei, Taiwan
A reporters takes photos of an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun...
A reporters takes photos of an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains' by Chinese painter Huang Gongwang at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, June 1, 2011. "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" is a part of "The Remaining Mountain" which was torn into two parts during the 17th century. The art piece "The Remaining Mountain," currently a collection of China's Zhejiang Provincial Museum, is loaned to the National Palace Museum in Taipei which keeps the larger part of the painting for the exhibition "The Landscape Reunited." One of China's best-known ancient paintings, torn into two parts in 17th century and held separately by Taiwan and China were reunited for the first time in centuries at the exhibit in Taiwan, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTR2N5EG
June 01, 2011
A visitor interacts with an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visitor interacts with an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun...
A visitor interacts with an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains' by Chinese painter Huang Gongwang at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, June 1, 2011. "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" is a part of "The Remaining Mountain" which was torn into two parts during the 17th century. The art piece "The Remaining Mountain," currently a collection of China's Zhejiang Provincial Museum, is loaned to the National Palace Museum in Taipei which keeps the larger part of the painting for the exhibition "The Landscape Reunited." One of China's best-known ancient paintings, torn into two parts in 17th century and held separately by Taiwan and China were reunited for the first time in centuries at the exhibit in Taiwan, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTR2N5EB
June 01, 2011
A visitor looks at an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains'...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visitor loos at an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains'...
A visitor looks at an audio/visual interpretation of a painting entitled 'Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains' by Chinese painter Huang Gongwang at the National Palace Museum in Taipei, June 1, 2011. "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" is a part of "The Remaining Mountain" which was torn into two parts during the 17th century. The art piece "The Remaining Mountain," currently a collection of China's Zhejiang Provincial Museum, is loaned to the National Palace Museum in Taipei which keeps the larger part of the painting for the exhibition "The Landscape Reunited." One of China's best-known ancient paintings, torn into two parts in 17th century and held separately by Taiwan and China were reunited for the first time in centuries at the exhibit in Taiwan, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTR2N5E6
June 01, 2011
A visitor looks at a section from the artwork "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" by Chinese painter Huang...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visitor looks at the artwork "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" by Chinese painter Huang Gongwang from...
A visitor looks at a section from the artwork "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" by Chinese painter Huang Gongwang from China's Yuan Dynasty at the National Palace Museum in Taipei June 1, 2011. "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" is a part of "The Remaining Mountain" which was torn into two parts during the 17th century. The art piece "The Remaining Mountain," currently a collection of China's Zhejiang Provincial Museum, is loaned to the National Palace Museum in Taipei which keeps the larger part of the painting for the exhibition "The Landscape Reunited." One of China's best-known ancient paintings, torn into two parts in 17th century and held separately by Taiwan and China were reunited for the first time in centuries at the exhibit in Taiwan, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTXQ4IP
October 29, 2009
A dancer performs on stage during a dress rehearsal of "Me'moire des Vents du Sud," a classical Chinese...
Taipei, Taiwan
A dancer performs on stage during a dress rehearsal of "Me'moire des Vents du Sud" at the National Palace...
A dancer performs on stage during a dress rehearsal of "Me'moire des Vents du Sud," a classical Chinese dance drama jointly created and directed by Doulce of France and Han Tang Yuefu of Taiwan, at the National Palace Museum in Taipei October 29, 2009. Me'moire des Vents du Sud will be held on October 30 and 31 at the National Palace Museum in Taipei. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN ENTERTAINMENT)
TAIWAN-MUSEUM/
RTXPCNX
October 06, 2009
A man walks past a portrait of the Yongzheng emperor in formal court attire at the National Palace Museum...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-MUSEUM/
A man walks past a portrait of the Yongzheng emperor in formal court attire at the National Palace Museum in Taipei October 6, 2009. The portrait is part of the "Harmony and Integrity: The Yongzheng Emperor and His Times" exhibition, which is co-hosted by Taiwan's National Palace Museum and China's Palace Museum from October 7, 2009 to January 10, 2010 at the National Palace Museum in Taipei. Taiwan will display on Wednesday a collection of art lent by Beijing for the first time, 60 years after a stash of similar treasures was taken out of China by the founders of modern Taiwan. To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-MUSEUM/ REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN SOCIETY)
TAIWAN-MUSEUM/
RTXPCNU
October 06, 2009
A gilt copper vase decorated with coiled dragons and painted enamel peonies is displayed at the National...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-MUSEUM/
A gilt copper vase decorated with coiled dragons and painted enamel peonies is displayed at the National Palace Museum in Taipei October 6. The vase is part of the "Harmony and Integrity: The Yongzheng Emperor and His Times" exhibition, which is co-hosted by Taiwan's National Palace Museum and China's Palace Museum from October 7, 2009 to January 10, 2010 at the National Palace Museum in Taipei. Taiwan will display on Wednesday a collection of art lent by Beijing for the first time, 60 years after a stash of similar treasures was taken out of China by the founders of modern Taiwan. To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-MUSEUM/ REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTXP7FF
October 02, 2009
A museum worker displays a stone seal (L), a six-neck copper vase(C), and a multi-coloured lacquer box...
Taipei, Taiwan
A museum worker displays a stone seal, a six-neck copper vase, and a multi-coloured lacquer box during...
A museum worker displays a stone seal (L), a six-neck copper vase(C), and a multi-coloured lacquer box during a news conference at the National Palace Museum in Taipei October 2, 2009. The artifacts are part of the "Harmony and Integrity: The Yongzheng Emperor and His Times" exhibition, which is co-hosted by Taiwan's National Palace Museum and China's Palace Museum and will run from October 7, 2009 to January 10, 2010, at the National Palace Museum in Taipei. The stone seal bears the words "Being a ruler is difficult". REUTERS/Steve Chen (TAIWAN SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
RTXC7VT
March 01, 2009
Zheng Xin Miao (2nd L), director of China's Palace Museum and Chou Kung-shin (2nd-R), director of Taiwan's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Zheng, director of China's Palace Museum and Chou, director of Taiwan's National Palace Museum, walk...
Zheng Xin Miao (2nd L), director of China's Palace Museum and Chou Kung-shin (2nd-R), director of Taiwan's National Palace Museum, walk outside Taiwan's National Palace Museum in Taipei March 1, 2009. Zheng's trip to Taiwan's National Palace Museum will last four days. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTXC7VS
March 01, 2009
Zheng Xin Miao (L), director of China's Palace Museum and Chou Kung-shin, director of Taiwan's National...
Taipei, Taiwan
Zheng, director of China's Palace Museum and Chou, director of Taiwan's National Palace Museum pose for...
Zheng Xin Miao (L), director of China's Palace Museum and Chou Kung-shin, director of Taiwan's National Palace Museum, pose for photographers in front of Taiwan's National Palace Museum in Taipei March 1, 2009. Zheng's trip to Taiwan's National Palace Museum will last four days. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTXC7QB
March 01, 2009
Zheng Xin Miao, director of China's Palace Museum attends a welcome ceremony in Taipei March 1, 2009....
Taipei, Taiwan
Zheng, director of China's Palace Museum attends a welcome ceremony in Taipei
Zheng Xin Miao, director of China's Palace Museum attends a welcome ceremony in Taipei March 1, 2009. Zheng's trip to Taiwan's National Palace Museum will last four days. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTXC7Q9
March 01, 2009
Zheng Xin Miao, director of China's Palace Museum speaks during a welcome ceremony in Taipei March 1,...
Taipei, Taiwan
Zheng, director of China's Palace Museum speaks during a welcome ceremony in Taipei
Zheng Xin Miao, director of China's Palace Museum speaks during a welcome ceremony in Taipei March 1, 2009. Zheng's trip to Taiwan's National Palace Museum will last four days. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTXC7Q8
March 01, 2009
Zheng Xin Miao (L), director of China's Palace Museum shakes hand with Chou Kung-shin, director of Taiwan's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Zheng, director of China's Palace Museum shakes hand with Chou, director of Taiwan's National Palace...
Zheng Xin Miao (L), director of China's Palace Museum shakes hand with Chou Kung-shin, director of Taiwan's National Palace Museum during a welcome ceremony in Taipei March 1, 2009. Zheng's trip to Taiwan's National Palace Museum will last four days. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTX7NFV
July 05, 2008
Honourary Nationalist Party (KMT) Chairman Lien Chan (L) shakes hands with Head of China's National Tourism...
Taipei, Taiwan
Honourary Nationalist Party Chairman Lien shakes hands with Head of China's National Tourism Administration...
Honourary Nationalist Party (KMT) Chairman Lien Chan (L) shakes hands with Head of China's National Tourism Administration Shao Qiwei in Taipei July 5, 2008. Shao and other officials who took a cross-strait charter flight from China on Friday attended lunch hosted by Lien at National Palace Museum. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1LXQB
February 03, 2007
Visitors look at exhibits from the British Museum during a opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the World's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitors look at exhibits from the British Museum in Taiwan
Visitors look at exhibits from the British Museum during a opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the World's Cultures: The British Museum after 250 Years' at Taiwan's National Palace Museum in Taipei, February 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1LXQ8
February 03, 2007
A visitor walks past an exhibit from the British Museum during the opening ceremony of 'Treasures of...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitor walks past exhibit from the British Museum in Taiwan
A visitor walks past an exhibit from the British Museum during the opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the World's Cultures: The British Museum after 250 Years' at Taiwan's National Palace Museum in Taipei, February 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1LXQ5
February 03, 2007
A visitor looks at an exhibit from the British Museum during the opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitor looks at exhibit from the British Museum in Taiwan
A visitor looks at an exhibit from the British Museum during the opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the World's Cultures: The British Museum after 250 Years' at Taiwan's National Palace Museum in Taipei, February 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1LXQ1
February 03, 2007
A visitor looks at an exhibit from the British Museum during a opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitor looks at exhibit from the British Museum in Taiwan
A visitor looks at an exhibit from the British Museum during a opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the World's Cultures: The British Museum after 250 Years' at Taiwan's National Palace Museum in Taipei, February 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1LXPW
February 03, 2007
A visitor looks at an exhibit from the British Museum during a opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitor looks at exhibit from British Museum in Taiwan
A visitor looks at an exhibit from the British Museum during a opening ceremony of 'Treasures of the World's Cultures: The British Museum after 250 Years' at Taiwan's National Palace Museum in Taipei, February 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ART
RTR1LA3J
January 17, 2007
Han Dynasty jade rings are displayed at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Han Dynasty jade rings are displayed at the National Palace Museum in Taipei
Han Dynasty jade rings are displayed at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading Chinese art museum, a palatial compound in Taiwan, will reopen next month with more display space for imperial art and amenities aimed at luring an expected surge in visitors from long-time rival China. Photo taken January 16, 2007. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ART
RTR1LA3H
January 17, 2007
A Song Dynasty vase stands on display at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's...
Taipei, Taiwan
A Song Dynasty vase stands on displays at the National Palace Museum in Taipei
A Song Dynasty vase stands on display at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading Chinese art museum, a palatial compound in Taiwan, will reopen next month with more display space for imperial art and amenities aimed at luring an expected surge in visitors from long-time rival China. Photo taken January 16, 2007.
REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ART
RTR1LA3G
January 17, 2007
A Song Dynasty painting hangs at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading...
Taipei, Taiwan
A Song Dynasty painting hangs at the National Palace Museum in Taipei
A Song Dynasty painting hangs at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading Chinese art museum, a palatial compound in Taiwan, will reopen next month with more display space for imperial art and amenities aimed at luring an expected surge in visitors from long-time rival China. Photo taken January 16, 2007. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ART
RTR1LA3E
January 17, 2007
Three Song Dynasty paintings hang on display at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on January 16, 2007....
Taipei, Taiwan
Three Song Dynasty paintings hang on display at the National Palace Museum in Taipei
Three Song Dynasty paintings hang on display at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on January 16, 2007. The world's leading Chinese art museum, a palatial compound in Taiwan, will reopen next month with more display space for imperial art and amenities aimed at luring an expected surge in visitors from long-time rival China. Photo taken January 16, 2007. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ART
RTR1LA3B
January 17, 2007
A visitor looks at a Qing Dynasty artefact carved from a walnut at the National Palace Museum in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visitor looks at a Qing Dynasty artefact carved from a walnut at the National Palace Museum in Taipei...
A visitor looks at a Qing Dynasty artefact carved from a walnut at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading Chinese art museum, a palatial compound in Taiwan, will reopen next month with more display space for imperial art and amenities aimed at luring an expected surge in visitors from long-time rival China. Photo taken January 16, 2007. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ART
RTR1LA34
January 17, 2007
A visitor looks at a Song Dynasty vase at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visitor looks at a Song Dynasty vase at the National Palace Museum in Taipei
A visitor looks at a Song Dynasty vase at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading Chinese art museum, a palatial compound in Taiwan, will reopen next month with more display space for imperial art and amenities aimed at luring an expected surge in visitors from long-time rival China. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-ART
RTR1LA30
January 17, 2007
A visitor looks at statues at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visitor looks at statues at the National Palace Museum in Taipei
A visitor looks at statues at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 16, 2007. The world's leading Chinese art museum, a palatial compound in Taiwan, will reopen next month with more display space for imperial art and amenities aimed at luring an expected surge in visitors from long-time rival China. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN
RTR1KN9N
December 23, 2006
Visitors look at an antique pottery piece with light bluish-green glaze during a press preview for the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitors look at an antique pottery piece during an exhibtion in Taipei
Visitors look at an antique pottery piece with light bluish-green glaze during a press preview for the exhibition "Prototypes of Modern Styles: 960-1350" in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, December 23, 2006. The red light is a reflection from fire-fighting equipment. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN
RTR1KN9M
December 23, 2006
Visitors check out antique pottery pieces with light bluish-green glaze during a press preview for the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitors check out antique pottery pieces during an exhibition in Taipei
Visitors check out antique pottery pieces with light bluish-green glaze during a press preview for the exhibition "Prototypes of Modern Styles: 960-1350" in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, December 23, 2006. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN
RTR1KN9K
December 23, 2006
A visitor takes pictures of antique pottery pieces during a press preview for the exhibition "Prototypes...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visitor takes pictures of antique pottery pieces during an exhibition in Taipei
A visitor takes pictures of antique pottery pieces during a press preview for the exhibition "Prototypes of Modern Styles: 960-1350" in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, December 23, 2006. The pieces have a light bluish-green glaze. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN
RTR1KN9J
December 23, 2006
Visitors check out antique pottery pieces with light bluish-green glaze during a press preview for the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Visitors check out antique pottery pieces at an exhibition in Taipei
Visitors check out antique pottery pieces with light bluish-green glaze during a press preview for the exhibition "Prototypes of Modern Styles: 960-1350" in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, December 23, 2006. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN
RTXN9LG
February 20, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty,...
Taipei, Taiwan
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty, 206 B.C.-220 A.D.) at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 6, 2005. The museum houses the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island.
TAIWAN
RTXN9LF
February 20, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty,...
Taipei, Taiwan
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty, 206 B.C.-220 A.D.) at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 6, 2005. The museum houses the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island.
TAIWAN
RTXN9LE
February 20, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A laboratory technician specialising in restoring antiquities at the National Palace...
Taipei, Taiwan
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A laboratory technician specialising in restoring antiquities at the National .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05- A laboratory technician specialising in restoring antiquities at the National Palace Museum in Taipei uses a microscope to examine a bronze stand January 6, 2005. The museum has the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island.
TAIWAN
RTXN9LD
February 20, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05-A researcher at the National Palace Museum in Taipei prepares to x-ray a bronze...
Taipei, Taiwan
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05-A researcher at the National Palace Museum in Taipei prepares to x-ray a bronze.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 06JAN05-A researcher at the National Palace Museum in Taipei prepares to x-ray a bronze vessel to check for defects January 6, 2005. The museum has the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island.
ARTS TAIWAN CHINA
RTRNU3P
January 06, 2005
Tourists examine a green jade seal belonging to Chinese Emperor Chien-lung at the National Palace Museum...
Taipei, Taiwan
Tourists examine a green jade seal belonging to Chinese Emperor Chien-lung at the National Palace ......
Tourists examine a green jade seal belonging to Chinese Emperor Chien-lung at the National Palace Museum in Taipei. Tourists examine a green jade seal belonging to Chinese Emperor Chien-lung (Ching Dynasty, 1736-1795) at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 6, 2005. The museum houses the best collection of Chinese imperial treasures in the world, and came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island. TO MATCH FEATURE ART-TAIWAN-CHINA REUTERS/Richard Chung
ARTS TAIWAN CHINA
RTRNU3K
January 06, 2005
A laboratory technician specialising in restoring antiquities at the National Palace Museum in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Arts-Taiwan-China.
A laboratory technician specialising in restoring antiquities at the National Palace Museum in Taipei uses a microscope to examine a bronze stand January 6, 2005. The museum has the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-TAIWAN-CHINA REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/FA
ARTS TAIWAN CHINA
RTRNU3F
January 06, 2005
A researcher at the National Palace Museum in Taipei prepares to x-ray a bronze vessel to check for defects...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Arts-Taiwan-China.
A researcher at the National Palace Museum in Taipei prepares to x-ray a bronze vessel to check for defects January 6, 2005. The museum has the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-TAIWAN-CHINA REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/FA
ARTS TAIWAN CHINA
RTRNU39
January 06, 2005
A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty, 206 B.C.-220 A.D.)...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Arts-Taiwan-China.
A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty, 206 B.C.-220 A.D.) at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 6, 2005. The museum houses the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-TAIWAN-CHINA REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/FA
ARTS TAIWAN CHINA
RTRNU2Y
January 06, 2005
A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty, 206 B.C.-220 A.D.)...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Arts-Taiwan-China.
A Japanese tourist looks at a jade amulet in the shape of a winged beast (Han Dynasty, 206 B.C.-220 A.D.) at the National Palace Museum in Taipei January 6, 2005. The museum houses the world's best collection of Chinese imperial treasures, which came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-TAIWAN-CHINA REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/FA
ARTS TAIWAN CHINA
RTRNU2T
January 06, 2005
Visitors gaze at the Jade Cabbage, one of the most popular exhibits at the National Palace Musem in Taipei,...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Arts-Taiwan-China.
Visitors gaze at the Jade Cabbage, one of the most popular exhibits at the National Palace Musem in Taipei, displayed here with a hard rock sculpted like a piece of tender fatty pork January 6, 2005. The museum houses the best collection of Chinese imperial treasures in the world, and came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-TAIWAN-CHINA REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/FA
TAIWAN
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July 14, 2004
Taiwanese dancers perform at the premiere of Chinese film director Zhang Yimou's latest movie 'House...
DANCERS PERFORM AT PREMIERE OF NEW MOVIE 'HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS' IN TAIPEI.
Taiwanese dancers perform at the premiere of Chinese film director Zhang Yimou's latest movie 'House of Flying Daggers' outside the National Palace Museum in Taipei on July 14, 2004. REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK/TW
TAIWAN
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July 14, 2004
Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi (C) attends the premiere of her latest movie 'House of Flying Daggers' at...
PREMIERE OF CHINESE NEW MOVIE 'HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS' AT THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.
Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi (C) attends the premiere of her latest movie 'House of Flying Daggers' at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on July 14,2004. REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK/TW
TAIWAN
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July 14, 2004
Chinese film director Zhang Yimou (C) attends the premiere of his latest movie 'House of Flying Daggers'...
Taipei, Taiwan
PREMIERE OF CHINESE NEW MOVIE 'HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS' AT THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.
Chinese film director Zhang Yimou (C) attends the premiere of his latest movie 'House of Flying Daggers' at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on July 14, 2004. REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK/TW
TAIWAN
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July 14, 2004
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, Chinese film director Zhang Yimou and...
China
PREMIERE OF CHINESE NEW MOVIE 'HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS' AT THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, Chinese film director Zhang Yimou and Hong Kong actor Andy Lau (R-L) attend the premiere of their new movie 'House of Flying Daggers' at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on July 14, 2004. REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK/TW
TAIWAN
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July 14, 2004
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro (2nd L) speaks as Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi (C), Chinese film director...
PREMIERE OF CHINESE NEW MOVIE 'HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS' AT THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro (2nd L) speaks as Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi (C), Chinese film director Zhang Yimou (2nd R) and Hong Kong actor Andy Lau (R) look on during the premiere of their new movie 'House of Flying Daggers' at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on July 14,2004. REUTERS/Richard Chung SK/TW
TAIWAN
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July 14, 2004
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, Chinese film director Zhang Yimou and...
PREMIERE OF NEW MOVIE 'HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS' AT THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, Chinese film director Zhang Yimou and Hong Kong actor Andy Lau (L-R) attend the premiere of their new movie 'House of Flying Daggers' at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on July 14,2004. REUTERS/Richard Chung SK/TW
TAIWAN
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July 14, 2004
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, Chinese film director Zhang Yimou and...
PREMIERE OF NEW MOVIE 'HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS' AT THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.
Taiwanese actor Takeshi Kaneshiro, Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, Chinese film director Zhang Yimou and Hong Kong actor Andy Lau (L-R) attend the premiere of their new movie 'House of Flying Daggers' at the National Palace Museum in Taipei on July 14,2004. REUTERS/Richard Chung SK/TW
TAIWAN
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August 29, 2001
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN ACCOMPANIES US TOM DELAY ON A TOUR OF
THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN ACCOMPANIES US TOM DELAY ON A TOUR OF
THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN...
TAIWAN PRESIDENT CHEN SHUI-BIAN ACCOMPANIES US TOM DELAY ON A TOUR OF
THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.


Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) accompanies U.S. House Majority
Whip Tom Delay, a Texas Republican, on a tour of the National Palace
Museum, which houses China's imperial art treasures, in Taipei on
August 29, 2001. Delay treated Chen to steak and took him to a baseball
game when the Taiwan leader made a stopover in the United States in
June.
MACAU HANDOVER TAIWAN
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December 17, 1999
MACAU-HANDOVER-TAIWAN:TAIPEI,17DEC99. Taiwan Foreign Minister Chen Chien-jen (2nd,L) points to a seal...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN FOREIGN MINISTER EXAMINES 450-YEAR OLD MACAU HANDOVER DOCUMENT.
MACAU-HANDOVER-TAIWAN:TAIPEI,17DEC99. Taiwan Foreign Minister Chen Chien-jen (2nd,L) points to a seal on a replica of 450-year old documents by which imperial China handed Macau to Portugal, as National Palace Museum director Chin Hsiao-yi (2nd,R) and legislators look on in Taipei December 17. The original documents have been archived in Taiwan since the Republic of China retreated to the island in 1949 following its civil war defeat by Chinese communist forces. After China regains sovereignty over Macau on December 20, Taiwan will, in Beijing's view, be the only piece of unredeemed territory for the People's Republic of China.

MIK/PB
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January 20, 1999
Three visiters look at paintings by late French modern master Pablo Picasso during a preview at Taipei's...
THREE VISITERS LOOK AT THE PAINTINGS BY PICASSO IN TAIPEI.
Three visiters look at paintings by late French modern master Pablo Picasso during a preview at Taipei's National Palace Museum on September 25. The museum will start displaying works by Picasso and his Chinese counterpart Chang Dai-chien from September 26 to January 20, 1999.

SK/FY/WS
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January 20, 1999
A visitor looks at a painting by late French modern master Pablo Picasso during a preview at Taipei's...
A VISITOR LOOKS AT A PICASSO PAINTING IN TAIPEI.
A visitor looks at a painting by late French modern master Pablo Picasso during a preview at Taipei's National Palace Museum September 25. The museum will display works by Picasso and his Chinese counterpart Chang Dai-chien from September 26, 1998 to January 20, 1999.

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TAIWAN CHINA DISSIDENT
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December 24, 1998
Chinese dissident Wei Jingsheng admires Sung Dynasty porcelain at the National Palace Museum in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
WEI JINGSHENG VISITS THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM IN TAIPEI.
Chinese dissident Wei Jingsheng admires Sung Dynasty porcelain at the National Palace Museum in Taipei December 24. Wei, China's most prominent critic of one-party Communist rule, is in the middle of a nine-day visit to the Nationalist-ruled island, a move certain to ruffle Beijing's feathers.

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