City Style: Liang Yi Museum

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    This brand-new 20,000-square-foot, four-story museum recently opened on Hollywood Road—Hong Kong’s historic thoroughfare of art galleries and antiques shops. The private institution showcases rare and precious antiques that reflect the city’s East-meets-West culture. Objects on display range from a collection of hardwood furniture from the Ming and Qing dynasties to a grouping of nearly 400 European minaudières. +852.2806.8280, www.liangyimuseum.com

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