The display on the Minority Peoples of China fascinated us. A huge dotted map of China named and located fifty-five groups.
We ambled into the Calligraphy Exhibit expecting to see – to us who have no understanding of this great art – many look-alike scrolls. The calligraphy displayed surpassed our expectations.
If we hadn’t been in Shanghai for nine days, we might have skipped what turned out to be – for us — a very good museum. We stood in line for 15 minutes under a very hot sun waiting to get in. Free? Good news! Yet, the real good news is how much we appreciated the fine exhibits.