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Taiwan’s National Palace Museum ranks sixth among the most popular museums with nearly 5.3 million visitors in 2015. Its diverse exhibitions have also performed well in the international visitor figure ranking. Aiming to attract more visitors and promote Taiwan’s global visibility, the museum opened its southern branch at the end of last year and has drawn significant attention.
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During his presidential campaign, President Ma Ying-jeou said the branch would be opened at the end of April in 2012. He said the construction would be listed in the “I-Taiwan 12 Projects.” However, he failed to realize this promise. Ma said again this March that the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum in Chiayi would be open for a trial operation on December 28. To realize his words, construction workers are scrambling and working 24 hours a day.