Shot at National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan.
It is said that the National Palace Museum in Taipei is one of the three greatest museums in the world. The rest of two museums were Musee du Louvre in Paris and State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg. This museum houses the treasure of the past Chinese dynasties.
Because there were no traditions of oil painting in China, no oil paintings were displayed here. Alternatively, there were many hanging scrolls. And a woman was attracted by one of the scrolls. She stayed motionless and kept watching what was on the wall. On the other hand, I didn't have the custom of indulging in the wall scrolls. And I couldn't understand its preciousness unfortunately.
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November 24, 2016
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