You can see a lot of nice antiques, calligraphy, pottery, furniture and displays about the emperors. The antique clocks was my favorite of the displays.
As this is where the emperors of times past when to relax and do business during the summer, a simplified version of the Forbidden City was built to house them. Now this has been converted to a museum of sorts. Tourists can wander through the exhibit to see how the emperor and their courtisans lived. Unfortunately there is minimal information... More
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