Kidd Discovery Lab Part 1


Uploaded by publichealthtoday on 29.03.2010

Transcript:
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That's beautiful. See these were not meant for export. These are really -

The best pieces were not made for export.

Here is one. It's like a chrysanthemum.

[inaudible] Here you can see some fishing man. [inaudible] Classic landscape.

There's been a lot of studies on the Ming Dynasty and we have some information

at the Lily Library. It would be really fun to get one of our botanists to look at

some of the flowers. Yea, rabbits.

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The bow area you can also have [inaudible]

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Okay

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[inaudible] Give us a couple minutes to get things started and then you guys

can back up [inaudible] Alright. Okay

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Did you do the restoration? Me? Yes. Excellent

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This is excellent

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So you really did a nice job.

Do you know why there is so much symmetry in their work? There is a lot of

sort of duality. Twins are important. [inaudible]

And that's fairly common in native [inaudible]

Nothing is ever just one thing. And frequently if you look at [inaudible]

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Oh yeah yeah yeah

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So you think there's

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