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Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Sha Tin, New Territories
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Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong is a museum in Hong Kong, located within the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The Mu...

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Art Museum of the Chinese University of Hong Kong is a museum in Hong Kong, located within the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The Museum serves the community by collecting, preserving, researching and exhibiting a wide range of artifacts illuminating the rich arts, humanities and cultural heritage of ancient and pre-modern China. The Museum promotes the excellence of both its permanent collection and loan collections of Chinese art and their use for scholarly endeavours and outreach efforts. As a university teaching museum, it offers in-depth practice of museology and teaching of art history and heritage through direct and sustained access to original Chinese works of at by collaborating with the Department of Fine Arts. With different University faculties it advocates interdisciplinary approaches to the social, cultural, technological and historical context of Chinese art. Founded in 1971, the Art Museum has been taking an active role in achieving the objectives of the University in promoting Chinese culture and heritage, and facilitating academic exchange between China and the West, as well as enriching the cultural lives and spiritual well-being of society.

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