Kun Opera cOLLECTIONS

As one of the oldest surviving types of opera in China, with a history of over 600 years,Kun Opera presents a rich source of Chinese cultural heritage. The costumes, instruments, music, stage props and libretto of Kun Opera are collected by many museums and libraries globally.  
 
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Museum of Archelology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge

MAA has one of the most important collections of its kind in the UK, with artefacts and from every inhabited continent in the world and every period of human history and prehistory. Since its establishment in 1884 it has been a centre for teaching and research within the University. The Museum hosts several major international research projects and collaborates with international partners on many more. 

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China Kun Opera Museum 

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Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

Fitzwilliam Museum is the lead museum for the University of Cambridge Museums consortium, one of 16 Major Partner Museum services to lead the development of the museums sector. With over half a million incredible artworks in its collection, the Fitzwilliam Museum is one of the most impressive regional museums in Europe, presenting world history and art from as far back as 2500 BC to the present day.