EMPEROR'S INSCRIPTIONS FOUND IN YUANMINGYUAN RUINS

Archaeologists recently found Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Emperor Jiaqing's inscriptions on a large stone at Ruyuan Garden, the best preserved garden site at the Yuanmingyuan ruins.

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