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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series

"Treasures of Time" Exhibition Catalogue


This exhibition catalogue has been specially produced for "Treasures of Time" exhibition. It contains detailed descriptions and exquisite photos of The Palace Museum's 120 invaluable collections of the 18th and 19th century timepieces that are displayed in the exhibition. It also has a brief introduction of the development of ancient Chinese timekeeping instruments and articles on research by experts from Science Museum, London and The Palace Museum on the development of the British clockmaking industry, as well as the features, transformation and conservation of the timepiece collection in the Qing court. The 376-page catalogue is in Chinese and English.

Treasures of Time

Landscape Map of the Silk Road Exhibition Catalogue


This exhibition catalogue consists of a full throw-out image of the 30-metre long Landscape Map of Silk Road supplemented by a monograph written by Prof. Lin Meicun and various other articles discussing the artistic and historical aspects of this map and the background against which the map was produced. The catalogue provides a macro perspective for readers to savour the rich messages contained in this imperial handscroll map of the Ming dynasty.

Landscape Map of the Silk Road Exhibition Catalogue

Children's Dinosaurs Book (Chinese version only)


This is the Science Museum's first comic publication of popular science. Through an interesting approach, simple and humor scripts, a group of cute dinosaurs leads young readers into a prehistoric world around a series of scenes about children's daily lives to engage them in learning with happiness.

Children's Dinosaurs Book
Soaring Dinosaurs – Chinese Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life $120 With over 240 photos of exquisite fossils of feathered dinosaurs, earliest flowering plants, earliest mammals and many other animals of prehistoric times, this pictorial book portrays the rich biological diversity on Earth about a few to several hundred million years ago. Soaring Dinosaurs – Chinese Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life



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