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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) 
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