China: Horizons Along the Yangtze River

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  • Start Date Oct 16 2019   End Date Oct 31 2019

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Lecturer
Christopher Noey
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Go behind the scenes at exceptional museums throughout the country on this remarkable program.

Join a unique program delving deep into China's fascinating culture. In Shanghai, see the outstanding collections at the Shanghai Museum and meet some of the city's artists in their galleries. In breathtaking Suzhou, discover the Master of the Fishing Nets Garden, inspiration for The Met's Astor Court, before flying to Xi'an. Enjoy a private dinner at the Xi'an Qujiang Museum of Arts, see the Tang Dynasty Murals on an exclusive visit to the Shaanxi Provincial Museum, and meet with the Chief Imam of the Grand Mosque in the city's Muslim Quarter, home to 70,000 ethnic Chinese Muslims.

Discover Dazu, home to UNESCO-listed ancient rock carvings, before boarding our luxury vessel for a three-night Yangtze River cruise that includes the Three Gorges. Conclude in Beijing with an exclusive tour of a Forbidden City palace not open to the public, a visit to a private home, and much more.

 
Program Rates From:
$12,999
Summary
• Go inside a Forbidden City palace normally closed to the public
• Enjoy a special dinner at the Xi'an Qujiang Museum
• Tour the Suzhou Museum, designed by I.M. Pei
• Visit a private home in one of Beijing's traditional neighborhoods
• Discover remarkable rock carvings in lesser-known Dazu
Program Rates From:
$12,999
Summary
• Go inside a Forbidden City palace normally closed to the public
• Enjoy a special dinner at the Xi'an Qujiang Museum
• Tour the Suzhou Museum, designed by I.M. Pei
• Visit a private home in one of Beijing's traditional neighborhoods
• Discover remarkable rock carvings in lesser-known Dazu

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