China’s first and only museum of ancient Chinese art, the Tiananmen Square museum, opened in May 2017 in the historic district of Tiananmen square in Beijing.
The museum was built in the style of an ancient city palace, and it has a large collection of artifacts dating back to the Tang dynasty.
Its exhibits include statues and ceramics dating from the Tang, Qing and Ming dynasties, and ancient Buddhist statues and sculptures.
The Tianans are one of China’s most well-known ancient cultures and they are known for their art and culture.
The Lost Treasure, a piece of Chinese art that was lost in a fire in China, is one of the most famous treasures in the museum.
The lost piece, a bronze bowl with a silver ornament, was found in 1912 by a Chinese trainee who had fallen on hard ground.
It is the oldest known example of a Chinese art piece, and the Chinese government, in cooperation with the Smithsonian Institution, is trying to identify the original owner.
The Smithsonian Institution is the first Smithsonian Institution to partner with the Chinese museum, the Chinese Cultural Heritage Institute of China (CCHI).
The Chinese museum is planning to restore the piece to its original state.
The exhibition also includes a number of works by Chinese artists, including a 17th century painting of a snake with four legs and a man wearing a mask.
In 2017, the Museum of Ancient Chinese Art opened in Beijing, China, and opened its doors to foreign visitors, including artists from the U.S. and Europe.
The Chinese National Museum of Fine Arts in Shanghai is another museum to open in China in 2018.
The newly opened Chinese National National Museum, in collaboration with the China Academy of Sciences and the National Astronomical Observatories, will host a series of public programs that will explore the Chinese history, culture, science and technology.
The new Chinese National museum has about 700,000 square meters of exhibits and an extensive collection of rare artifacts, such as Chinese porcelain vessels and Chinese coins.