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Chinese loss of cultural relics hundred years Documentary: former national treasure where now the southern News Network (reporter Jie Yue) from the beginning of 1840 to the Opium War, People’s Republic of China was established in 1949, the West came to Chinese, from the cave, the palace and the art dealer room search has stolen art treasures, sculpture, furniture, porcelain, paintings and other large treasure. Western "collectors" who is in one hundred years devoted to hunting China treasures, and eventually greatly enriched American Museum collections? Cultural relics vendors, museum researchers and officials in the West for these national treasures, and what kind of competition and disputes? "Washington Post" of the year’s best nonfiction work, who is in China, recently published by CITIC publishing house. A documentary about the loss of Chinese cultural relics in the past century, exploring the winding road of national treasure return. The two authors, the book of Carle · Meyer had a "New York Times" editorial writer, Xie Lin · Bulaisakeze is a has a degree in the history of Art Documentary producer. They studied a lot of personal letters, documents, records, and some of the main characters of this memoir, out of a movie about the Americans to get Chinese art treasures and long adventure stories, these relics eventually gave birth to the Chinese antiques market vigorous development in Europe and the United States, also inspired today Chinese art market to rely on national treasure return to. The book in addition to show the process known as Dunhuang murals, Longmen Grottoes, six steed rare treasures were destroyed, stolen, and many people do not understand, the system of activities. For example, work for the U.S. spy agency George · Katz is how to complete his collection of Ming Dynasty furniture; China art taste the difference between the Rockefeller family every generation; Olympic Committee and former chairman Avery · Brundage how has the nation’s most Chinese bronze collection, etc.. In the treasure hunters, in addition to Stein, the notorious repute v-photron, Lu Qinzhai, and many lesser known "behind". The two authors have also painted a "Western collectors" in order to compete for cultural relics and the wits of the story of the picture. For the first time, a complete disclosure of the twists and turns of collectors and museums in the United States during the collection of Chinese cultural relics. Is the invasion of the west a wild prey to Chinese history, or is it a matter of fact that cultural relics can be preserved to protect them from war and greed? This has always been the focus of controversy. Meyer and also unable to agree on which is right on this issue the cloth Lai SA gram. But at the present stage, should the American Museum, which destroyed the relics from the Chinese civil war, continue to retain its collection? If China wants to recover, the conditions should be? In the book is also discussed in detail.相关的主题文章: