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The National Palace Museum in Taiwan has preserved the fruits of centuries of collecting by China's emperors.

Deep inside a mountain in Taiwan...
Held secure against the turbulence of history and the ravages of time…
Only a handful of people may enter, and never alone…
For here, hidden away from public gaze, in these rows of anonymous boxes, lies a treasure… more than 650,000 pieces, each one priceless, each one irreplaceable…
It's possibly the world's greatest collection of ancient Chinese art.
The National Palace Museum in Taiwan, one of the world's top museums. For several decades, it has preserved the fruits of centuries of collecting by China's emperors.
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