Friday, August 20, 2010

Living history (Silkroad)

Chou Kung-shin, who became director of the National Palace Museum (NPM) in May 2008, is leading Taiwan's famous museum at an exciting time in its history: in 2009, annual visitor numbers topped 2.5 million for the first time; the NPM is gearing up for its first branch museum to open in 2012; and the easing of tensions between Taipei and Beijing has allowed the NPM to borrow an increased number of paintings and art collections from museums in mainland China...

This interview was published in the August issue of Silkroad, Dragonair's inflight magazine.

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