On July 3, Hong Kong's newest cultural and artistic landmark, the Hong Kong Palace Museum, officially opened to the public.

That morning, a large number of Hong Kong citizens lined up to visit the venue.

The Hong Kong Palace Museum was originally scheduled to open on July 2, but due to the severe tropical storm, the opening to the public was delayed by a day.

About 140,000 tickets have been put on sale from June 14th four weeks before the opening, and Hong Kong residents have responded enthusiastically. As of July 2nd, about 85% of the tickets have been sold, and more than 11,500 free tickets have been reserved.

The picture shows the public visiting the exhibition.

Photo by Li Zhihua

Release time: 2022-07-03 18:45:00 【Editor: Tian Bochuan】