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Royal costumes of Qing Dynasty on exhibit in HK

2013-08-01 10:37:14



An exhibit titled " The Splendors of Royal Costume: Qing Court Attire" kicks off in Hong Kong on July 30, 2013. More than 130 sets of customs on exhibit are borrowed from the Palace Museum, which includes the armor and helmet of Emperor Kangxi, the dragon robe of Emperor Yongzheng, the court robe of Emperor Qianlong, the matrimonial dragon robes of Emperor and Empress Guangxu, and the surcoat of Puyi the last emperor of the Qing dynasty. A photo of Emperor Qianlong's regular costumes. (CNS/ Hong Shaokui)
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