Overcoming challenges caused by pro-democracy protests and the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong Palace Museum opens to the public today, three years after construction began.
The museum is one of several new museums worldwide that opened or are scheduled to open this year.
More than 900 items — most on loan from a like-named museum in Beijing — will be on display at the Palace Museum. Located on the waterfront in the West Kowloon Cultural District, the museum will enable visitors to “explore Chinese art and culture through a new lens,” according to the museum’s website.
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