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Restoring general of thunder in Boston

When Gao Jing, a conservator of Chinese paintings at the Museum Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), began working for the University of Michigan’s Museum of Art in 1988, he was the first and only conservator of Chinese paintings working in the US.

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… and where only the best make the cut

In a hutong area of Liulichang in the south of Beijing, the smell of ink dominates thanks to stationery stores and shops that sell traditional Chinese paintings and calligraphy.

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