Private exhibition halls, which collect a lot of exquisite porcelain, are very exquisite. You can learn a lot from the lecturer's mouth.
Xu's Museum of Art, which is worth visiting, has a rich collection.
A visit has sublimated my mind and soul.
Many things in Hong Kong are exquisite. Maybe it's because of other reasons.
I found 5 Queen's Avenue, which is a high-grade office building called Hengyi Building. There is no Xu's Art Museum on the map of the building. Ask the staff. Answer - "I've never heard of it. Xu's Hall, the only Chinese among the five largest collectors in the world, is an important part of the Art Museum of the University of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Museum of Culture also has "Xu Exhibition Hall China Art Museum" free of charge.
The place is too small, there are not many exhibits, and private exhibits are good.
This is a private museum. You need to pay to come in and visit. There are many Ming Dynasty porcelain in it.