Auspicious Beginings: Joint Exhibition of Artefacts from the Palace Museum and Tibet has be open to the public from April 29 to July 30 at the Palace Museum, co-hosted by the Palace Museum and the Cultural Relics Bureau of the Tibet Autonomous Region.
Cultural identity is the deepest form of identity, the root of national unity and the soul of national harmony. Based on the cultural relics related to Tibet preserved in the Palace Museum, this large-scale comprehensive exhibition reflects the history of ethnic relations in the Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties.
It combines with the exquisite cultural relics collected by various units under the Cultural Relics Bureau of the Tibet Autonomous Region and the management committee of the Sagya Monastery, telling the touching stories of the ancient exchanges between Tibet and various ethnic groups in the mainland of China, as well as the joint construction of a spiritual home for the Chinese nation.
This exhibition reflects the latest scientific research results of the Palace Museum in the past five years and explores the cultural connotations behind the cultural relics, composing a splendid chapter of ethnic unity and progress.