Numerous Chinese cultural and art treasures have been put on show in many parts of the world over the past years, showcasing the fantastic Chinese civilization on the global stage and 61 (promote) cultural exchanges.
In December, 2018. New Zealand's national museum started a four-month exhibition, where both terracotta warriors (兵马俑) and more than 160 ancient antique pieces 62 (make) of gold, jade and bronze were displayed. On the opening day, local citizens 63 (line) up to enjoy this "once in a lifetime" experience. The exhibition, 64 provided visitors with some knowledge of long standing Chinese civilization, was 65 (high) appreciated for the individuality of each terracotta warrior and the unbelievable creativity needed to build the army.
Treasures showing the lives of emperors and empresses from the Qing Dynasty also went on display in museums in Washington. D. C. and Moscow in 2019, 66 over 100 pieces put on show, including realistic 67 (painting), furnishings and jewelry from the Palace Museum in Beijing. The exhibition was also 68 huge success.
Chinese and foreign museums have been making exchanges to encourage dialogue between civilizations and foster people’ s 69 (understand) of and engagement with cultures that interest 70 (they). It is an important job for museums to bring the world closer.
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