Interactive installation “Room Tour”  part of “Honouring Tradition and Heritage: Min Chiu Society at Sixty” exhibition at Hong Kong Museum of Art. Photo: Nora Tam
Interactive installation “Room Tour” part of “Honouring Tradition and Heritage: Min Chiu Society at Sixty” exhibition at Hong Kong Museum of Art. Photo: Nora Tam
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Rare Chinese art, remarkable Buddhist artefacts on show to mark 60th anniversary of exclusive collectors’ club the Min Chiu Society

  • The Min Chiu Society of Chinese art collectors is holding its biggest ever exhibition of treasures from members’ collections at the Hong Kong Museum of Art
  • A translucent white porcelain bowl, an emperor’s birthday dish, and an extraordinary gold statue of the Dragon God’s daughter are among the highlights

Interactive installation “Room Tour”  part of “Honouring Tradition and Heritage: Min Chiu Society at Sixty” exhibition at Hong Kong Museum of Art. Photo: Nora Tam
Interactive installation “Room Tour” part of “Honouring Tradition and Heritage: Min Chiu Society at Sixty” exhibition at Hong Kong Museum of Art. Photo: Nora Tam

Corrected [9:48am, 22 Feb, 2021]

  • [9:48am, 22 Feb, 2021]

    The exhibition runs until June 2021, not June 22.

  • [9:59am, 22 Feb, 2021]

    The story summary should have said the society was founded 60 years ago. The word "ago" was missing.

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