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A glimpse of the week (1.1-1.5)
2019-01-06 22:23


In a few days, people who visit the Palace Museum in Beijing will be treated to the largest exhibition of cultural relic within the largest exhibition area since the founding of the museum. Normally, visitors to the museum can admire up to 100 cultural relics, but this time, 885 pieces (or sets) of exhibits will be on display. More excitingly, the exhibition venue covers the entire open area of the Forbidden City. All this is for the upcoming “Ring in the Lunar New Year in the Forbidden City” exhibition.
|[!--empirenews.page--]|[!--empirenews.page--]|[!--empirenews.page--]|[!--empirenews.page--]|92 year-old Custom House Clock to be thoroughly examined[!--empirenews.page--]|When you enjoy a cup of coffee in the public area of a shared office space, a book is available to you; when you stay at a hotel, you can read in a free library in the lobby and even take the book home and return it to any of the same brand hotels in the future...these are what a new type of social space featuring “reading plus”, as if in your own personal study, can provide for you.[!--empirenews.page--]|[!--empirenews.page--]|The first phase of the Songnan Suburb Park, otherwise known as Mishidu Songnan Suburb Park, has started its trial operations recently and is open to citizens and visitors free of charge everyday from 9am to 5pm (no entry permitted after 16:30).[!--empirenews.page--]|As the Ministry of Education last autumn semester released a new version of the general high school curriculum, which adds German, French and Spanish to the original language subjects, an increasing number of Shanghai middle and high schools have opened multi-language courses.