Did you know that the great wall of China isn’t visible from space? It’s a common myth many people have come to believe that’s frequently disproved by NASA. The wall is, nonetheless, the longest man-made structure at 21,000 km and it’s one of the seven wonders of the world. The journey doesn’t end at The Great Wall of China however and there’s a lot more to the story. We’ve therefore decided to analyze The National Palace Museum in Taipei in order to find out if visitors like or even love these other artifacts from ancient China.
What did we find out?
Visitors love the “collections” of Ancient artifacts and grade them at a an average of 4,44 / 5. Its sentiment is even increasing with some slight hiccups along the way. Their “guides”, as well as “exhibits”, are however not as highly rated though they still manage to pack a punch. Exhibits are rated at 4,14 / 5 and is the lowest rated topic whilst “guide” is rated at 4,17 / 5. Visitors are somewhat distraught by the closed exhibits which might explain why “exhibits” is the lowest graded topic.
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Conclusion and suggestion
The National Palace Museum is highly graded and the list of blunders is extremely short. However, maybe they should notify visitors of closed exhibits or replace them with others.
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