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Whistle blower: Damaged plate in Palace Museum is a fake [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-8-2 15:02:16 |Display all floors
Yesterday, I posted the news about how an invaluable plate was broken and how it took about a month for some one broke the news in his social network.

Now, it seems the conspiracy theories aren't just theories at all. Some one or some group of people are indeed using damaged fake ones as covers so that they can sell the real ones, according to the whistler blower.

Here is his blog entry about the authenticity of the plate: http://gududengdai1974.blog.163. ... 749932011721395896/, if you could read Chinese.

Pictures about the "real" one and the damaged "fake" one.
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Post time 2011-8-2 15:04:56 |Display all floors
We are all prisoners of our own device.

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Post time 2011-8-2 15:08:52 |Display all floors
It seems that we live in the world of lies and fantasy. What on earth is going on?

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Post time 2011-8-2 15:14:52 |Display all floors
Oh, forgot to add that at least five (or more than that?) Chinese web users lamented that more relics did not make it to Taiwan.

"I wish Kuomintang had taken all those artifacts with them to Taiwan back then," one said...
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