Recently, the exhibition on stamps featuring ancient architecture and cultural relics from the Palace Museum opens to the public. The exhibition is co-held by the museum and China Post Group Corporation.
A total of 1,732 stamps in 56 sets are on display at the exhibition, along with 25 cultural relics from the museum, including the works of calligraphy art, paintings, jade ware, enamel vessels, bronze ware and porcelains.
While showing the cultures of the Palace Museum and the stamps, people can also have the interaction with the exhibits through the empowerment of science and technology.
The Palace Museum was established in 1925. It is based on the Forbidden City, an imperial palace of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).