Chinese villagers launched their efforts to repatriate the 1,000-year-old gilded statue two years ago after spotting it on television while being exhibited in Hungary. Photo: Handout Chinese villagers launched their efforts to repatriate the 1,000-year-old gilded statue two years ago after spotting it on television while being exhibited in Hungary. Photo: Handout
Chinese villagers launched their efforts to repatriate the 1,000-year-old gilded statue two years ago after spotting it on television while being exhibited in Hungary. Photo: Handout
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Date set for Chinese villagers’ Dutch court battle over ownership of 1,000-year-old ‘stolen’ gilded statute

Lawsuit against Dutch antiques collector, who claims ownership of Song dynasty relic that Fujian residents say was stolen in 1995, to take place in July

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Chinese villagers launched their efforts to repatriate the 1,000-year-old gilded statue two years ago after spotting it on television while being exhibited in Hungary. Photo: Handout Chinese villagers launched their efforts to repatriate the 1,000-year-old gilded statue two years ago after spotting it on television while being exhibited in Hungary. Photo: Handout
Chinese villagers launched their efforts to repatriate the 1,000-year-old gilded statue two years ago after spotting it on television while being exhibited in Hungary. Photo: Handout
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