ROC should start ebay the collections of Palace Museum now.

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ROC should start ebay the collections of Palace Museum now.

Postby printlessfoot » 19 Jul 2012, 06:19

ROC is going to leave Taiwan soon. Like every good mover, ROC government should start planning a garage sale for its household stuff. A few antiques here, a few furnitures there, on top of one or two good bronze pieces, should attract some serious bidders on Ebay. It makes a good cash sense.
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Re: ROC should start ebay the collections of Palace Museum now.

Postby formosaobama » 19 Jul 2012, 08:54

Looks like one of those uncouth mainlanders ignored the "no food allowed" sign and left his half eaten lunch on a display case.

Thanks for ignoring the photography ban and documenting this outrage.
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Re: ROC should start ebay the collections of Palace Museum now.

Postby tommy525 » 19 Jul 2012, 10:21

I bet if you asked for a referendum for Taiwan to give back the chinese treasures in exchange for independence from China. It would pass . At least on Taiwan. I wonder what the general populace of China would say. Not the official line of course but the real thoughts of the Chinese population in China.

Get your goods back, let go of Taiwan.

(we keep the gold tho, cuz u guys already richer then we are :raspberry: )
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Re: ROC should start ebay the collections of Palace Museum now.

Postby Betelnut » 24 Jul 2012, 23:03

Ya, the ROC should sell the gold brought over from Shanghai on Ebay also. It's also Chinese junk that backed up the NT dollar.

printlessfoot wrote:ROC is going to leave Taiwan soon. Like every good mover, ROC government should start planning a garage sale for its household stuff. A few antiques here, a few furnitures there, on top of one or two good bronze pieces, should attract some serious bidders on Ebay. It makes a good cash sense.
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