[Explanation] On the morning of July 3, the Hong Kong Palace Museum was officially opened to the public, with more than 900 collections from the Beijing Palace Museum on display.

From paintings, bronzes, to weaving and embroidery, porcelain, etc., the collections on display span over 5,000 years of Chinese civilization, covering all categories of the collections of the Palace Museum in Beijing.

  [Explanation] On the opening day, the reporter saw at the scene that some Hong Kong citizens had been waiting in line at the gate with electronic tickets since 7:00 in the morning, and some Hong Kong citizens came to visit in Hanfu.

In less than an hour after the opening, a large number of Hong Kong citizens have flocked to visit.

  [Concurrent] Mr. Cai, a Hong Kong citizen

  Because I really want to visit these precious cultural relics and works of art from the Forbidden City in Beijing in advance.

(Hong Kong Palace Museum) The architectural style is very unique, grand and beautiful.

  [Concurrent] Mr. Jian, a Hong Kong citizen

  Originally, we all wanted to go to the Forbidden City (Museum) in Beijing to have a look, but now some cultural relics can be exhibited here, we are all very happy, so we are very excited and (want to) take a look earlier.

They just bought tickets, so here we are today.

And I really hope that our family and children can learn more about the history of China.

  [Concurrent period] Hong Kong child classmate Jian

  I think history is amazing, and it is very important to learn our Chinese history.

  [Concurrent] Miss Lu, a Hong Kong citizen

  I am looking forward to it very much, because in fact, Hanfu and the Forbidden City can be combined, and then we also hope to see how the situation is today, bring friends to visit, and wear Hanfu to meet the Hong Kong Palace Museum (Cultural Museum).

  [Explanation] Yang Runxiong, director of the Culture, Sports and Tourism Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, said at the media meeting that the establishment of the Hong Kong Palace Museum will help Hong Kong citizens understand and understand Chinese culture and cultivate a sense of identity.

  [Concurrent] Yang Runxiong, Director of the Culture, Sports and Tourism Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government

  (Hong Kong) The Palace Museum can show how Hong Kong, under the "one country, two systems" principle, can use Hong Kong's own unique cultural advantages to better tell our Chinese story.

It makes us play an important milestone in our future as a center for cultural and artistic exchanges between China and foreign countries.

  [Explanation] It is reported that due to the typhoon weather, the Hong Kong Palace Museum, which was originally scheduled to open on July 2, has been postponed to July 3.

  Reporter Luo Siyu reports from Hong Kong

Responsible editor: [Chen Wentao]