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Staff members of the Palace Museum remove the ticket office sign in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017, as all ticket sales go online. The Palace Museum sets a daily visitor cap of 80,000 and set a record by selling all tickets online in about 90 minutes on Oct. 2. It will celebrate the 92nd anniversary of its founding. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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Staff members of the Palace Museum remove the ticket office sign in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017, as all ticket sales go online. The Palace Museum sets a daily visitor cap of 80,000 and set a record by selling all tickets online in about 90 minutes on Oct. 2. It will celebrate the 92nd anniversary of its founding. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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No visitor buys the ticket at the entrance to the Palace Museum in Beijing, Oct. 2, 2017 as all tickets sold out online. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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A visitor enjoys a view of the Hall of Mental Cultivation at the Palace Museum in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017, with the help of VR technology. The Palace Museum has opened a digital center to let visitors understand the rich history and culture through all kinds of new technology. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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Visitors at the newly opened digital center of the Palace Museum in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017. Visitors can now understand the rich history and culture through all kinds of new technology in the center. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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Visitors at the newly opened digital center of the Palace Museum in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017. Visitors can now understand the rich history and culture through all kinds of new technology in the center. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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A visitor enjoys a view of the Hall of Mental Cultivation at the Palace Museum in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017, with the help of VR technology. The Palace Museum has opened a digital center to let visitors understand the rich history and culture through all kinds of new technology. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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Visitors at the newly opened digital center of the Palace Museum in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017. Visitors can now understand the rich history and culture through all kinds of new technology in the center. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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Visitors at the newly opened digital center of the Palace Museum in Beijing, Oct. 10, 2017. Visitors can now understand the rich history and culture through all kinds of new technology in the center. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)