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RELICS FROM OLD SUMMER PALACE SHOWN IN ZHAOQING
    2018-08-09  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A staffer tidies up one of the four precious bronze animal heads from Yuanmingyuan — or the old Summer Palace in Beijing — that are being displayed for the first time in Zhaoqing City in central Guangdong Province. On display are the bronze heads of the Ox, Monkey, Tiger, and Pig. The four bronze heads, with those of the other eight Chinese zodiac animals, were looted from the royal garden of the Qing Dynasty during the Second Opium War. China paid to get back the four bronze heads in 2000 and 2003.China News Service

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