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The throne room, designed by Chinese architect Wang Shu, is a highlight of the Museum für Asiatische Kunst.

Experience this unique exhibition space and learn about the symbolic meaning of the artworks on display: the gigantic poplar roof construction suspended below the hall ceiling, the precious “Dragon Robe” from the Qing dynasty, the “Tea House” made of pressed tea by conceptual artist Ai Weiwei. And what is the connection to spy Robert Fortune?

The discussion with the artist Anke Göhring and the art historian Hans-Werner Klohe will take place directly in the exhibition. We invite you to bring your questions and observations.

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