Hong Kong Museum of History

During the summer of 2015, a special exhibition was held at the museum. The Rise of the Celestial Empire: Consolidation and Cultural Exchange during the Han Dynasty, showcased over 150 objects from various places throughout China.

This stone figure was supposed to guard the tombs of the elite.

The jade burial suit was used to bury the noble and the elite during the Han Dynasty.

This golden horseshoe is 98% gold, which needs to be cut up into pieces for use.

The permanent exhibition showcases local cultural heritage, such as ceremonial food offerings during festivals.

An identification document during the Japanese occupation in World War II.

During the Japanese occupation, they forced a new war-time currency to be used. They became worthless after the war and survivors have since demanded compensation from Japan for their lost savings.

Sales brochures for yesteryear's new apartments.

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