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Experience a Treasure of Art from China, Japan and Korea

Hosted by the Consul of the Duesseldorf East Meets West Group
Nationalities & Languages
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Took place 1 week 5 days ago
Sun 12 Nov 13:00 - 17:00

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Dear all,

Hope this mail finds you all well and enjoy the golden autumn time!

For this month's group activity, I'd like to arrange a visit to The Museum for East Asian Art in Cologne. The museum was opened in Protected content the first specialist museum of East Asian Art in Europe. Together with the Museum of Asian Art in Berlin, they have the most significant collection of art from China, Korea and Japan in Germany.

The collections focus on early China Pottery and Bronze; Buddhist Sculptures, Painting and Calligraphy from China and Japan; China Ming and Qing Dynasty Porcelain, Japanese and Korean Lacquer Work, Woodblock Prints, Korean Secular Painting, Modernist Paintings and Prints etc.

We can go together to visit these 3 marvelous collections and then have coffee and tea at the modern Café in the Museum with beautiful garden view, to exchange views of the visit and enjoy a relaxing Sunday afternoon . After we come back to Düsseldorf, if you are interested in, we can go to a cozy Chinese restaurant with authentic Huaiyang Cuisine atProtected content

Date: Nov. 12, Protected content
Time: 13:00pm Protected content
Venue: Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst (Museum of East Asian Art)
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Suggested program:
13: Protected content Visit Museum
15: Protected content Coffee & Tea Time at Museum Café
18: Protected content Dinner at Protected content

How to get there:
There is public transportation to reach the museum, or you can drive there. There is a car park at the museum.

Let's have an enjoyable and relaxing autumn Sunday afternoon together!

I'm looking forward to seeing you there!



Kindly Reminder:

@ Please be so kind to sign up only if you have the interest to join and please cancel at least 24 hours before in case you can't make it. So leave other members opportunity to join. Please make sure to take my mobile number along in case you can't find the place.

@ Museum Admission fee will be paid individually at Kasse, coffee & Tea in Museum Café will be paid individually.

@ By traditional way in Chinese restaurant, we order variety dishes together and share. We share the meal bill by average then. Drink is ordered separately and pay individually.

Thank you for your kind understanding.