Special exhibition featuring spirit of harmony unveiled at Liaoning Provincial Museum

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Special exhibition featuring spirit of harmony unveiled at Liaoning Provincial Museum
An exhibition named “Harmony and Unity in China” was unveiled at Liaoning Provincial Museum on Oct 8, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua]

As the largest special exhibition in the Liaoning Provincial Museum’s history, the exhibition aims to interpret the spirit of “harmony and unity” deeply embedded in traditional Chinese culture through 402 pieces (sets) of related cultural relics and ancient books.

Various cultural relics such as painted pottery, bronze ware, porcelain, silk embroidery, calligraphy, painting, ancient books, inscriptions and rubbings are on display. The exhibition will run until Jan 8, 2023.

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Special exhibition featuring spirit of harmony unveiled at Liaoning Provincial Museum
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