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The Palace Museum, located in the former imperial palace from the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties, is a comprehensive Chinese museum, the largest heritage and art museum in China, and one of the top five museums in the world The magnificent palace complex, also known as the Forbidden City, is the largest and the most complete wooden architectural complex in the world. In 1987, it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Palace Museum holds 1.86 million collections which include paintings, calligraphy, ceramics, and antiquities of the imperial collections. It has adopted an increasingly open manner in the age of information, inviting everyone to experience this traditional Chinese sanctuary.
The Dunhuang Academy is a research and cultural institution for research, protection, management, communication and development of Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes. It is also a national first-grade museum by national standards in China. In order to reach a wider audience outside of the Mogao Grottoes, Dunhuang Academy has been actively combinig culture heritage and technology to show spread the charm of Dunhuang.

The Mogao Grottoes is located southeast of Dunhuang City in Gansu Province. It is a palace of art, combining ancient architecture, sculptures and mural paintings, and the site is especially known for its colorful cave murals. It was listed as one of China's foremost-protected cultural heritage sites by the State Council in 1961, and in 1987 as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The British Library is located in London and West Yorkshire. It is one of the largest libraries in the world with a long history spanning over 250 years. It serves the world with top class access to information for the academic, commercial, research and scientific communities.

Famous literary figures such as Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Charles Dickens, George Bernard Shaw, and Virginia Woolf were all frequent visitors to the library. The huge collections span more than 3,000 years of human history and civilization, with more than 150 million pieces in its collections, which include from the late Chinese oracle bones, the Shang Dynasty to today's newspapers, the earliest known printed book "Diamond Sutra", to the popular "Harry Potter" series.