Recently, the "Joy At Courtyard - Cultural Relic Exhibition on Life of Youth in Qing Dynasty Palace" opened at the Le Dao Tang of the Prince Kung's Palace Museum.
This exhibition is the first collaboration between the Prince Kung's Palace Museum and the Palace Museum, and a total of 120 exquisite cultural relics were selected. Through five units including family, beauty, prayer, culture, and martial arts, the exhibition showcases the childhood life of imperial princes and princesses. Among the exhibits are national first-class and second-class precious cultural relics, and some of them are being shown to the public for the first time.
Prince Kung's Palace Museum and the Palace Museum have a deep historical connection. From the ten princesses of Emperor Qianlong to Prince Qing Yonglin, Prince Gong Yixun, and Princess Gurun Rongshou, who once lived in the Qing Palace left their life imprints in the exquisite mansion in the Prince Kung's Palace Museum.