Some rules are made to be broken

We visited the National Palace Museum in Taipei. It was founded in
China but when the collection was threatened by war and communists, it
was moved to Taipei. It is a spectacular collection of China's
treasures.

No photography was allowed in the museum, but I was sneaky enough to
get this photo in the Children's Gallery where Ellie and Jennie
completed this giant jigsaw puzzle of a huge detailed painting called
"Along the River during the Ching-Ming Festival" depicting Chinese
folk art and festival culture. Yes, the museum staff yelled at me for
taking the photo. No, I didn't care.

1 comment:

  1. Your picture is probably circulating all over China and Taiwan. Watch out for brazen white lady with two children!!!

    ReplyDelete