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Published by Viking in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Translation of: Guo bao.

Statementchief compiler Zhu Jiajin ; consultant editor: Graham Hutt.
ContributionsZhu, Jiajin., Hutt, Graham.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14430636M

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There also placed the largest jade sculpture of the Forbidden City outside the northern gate of the hall, featuring the story of Yu the Great, a mythical leader conquering the floods. Weighing over 5, kg, the jade was quarried at Xinjiang, and freighted to Beijing, then to Yangzhou where it was carved. Ten years passed before the finished Treasure Hunters: Secret of the Forbidden City has 8 reviews and 7 ratings. Reviewer Not Elijah wrote: The book was good but there is a few downsides. There was boring spots time to time and some old jokes. there is also no AR so i cant get credit for finishing the book   Established in , the Palace Museum is located in the imperial palace of the consecutive Ming () and Qing () dynasties. The magnificent architectural complex, also known as the Forbidden City, and the vast holdings of paintings, calligraphy, ceramics, and antiquities of the imperial collections make it one of the most prestigious museums in China and the ://   Drawn from the collection of the Palace Museum in Beijing, Forbidden City will offer visitors a unique journey through a palace once forbidden to the general public, and provide a glimpse into this hidden world through rich and diverse objects from the Ming (–) and Qing (–) ed works include large portraits, costumes, furniture, court paintings, religious