T R A V E L L E R ‘ S C H O I C E : I M P R I N T S O F BU D D H A S , A N E X H I B I T I O N A T T H E N E W L Y OPENED SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL PALACE MUSEUM, TAIWAN – TAASA Review March 2017
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This article was originally found in the March 2017 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 26, Issue 1, Page 22).
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Ian Cook H eather Mansell and I were fortunate to be in Taiwan for an AusHeritage workshop on Taiwan’s Kinmen Island in late June 2016 and took the opportunity to catch the High Speed Rail down to Taibo City, Chiayi Country from Taipei.
It takes a little more than an hour and a half for the comfortable trip of about 250 kilometres.
We were keen to see the new Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum set in an extensive 50-acre land and waterscape...