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This picture taken on May 5, 2013 shows Shan Jixiang (R), president of the Palace Museum, introducing new shatterproof glass installed to protect an ancient clock the day after a similar one was damaged by a visitor, during a press conference at the Forbidden City in Beijing. A man smashed a window with his bare hands while visiting the museum on May 4, knocking the Qing Dynasty clock onto the ground and partially damaging it. The man was later taken away by the police. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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This picture taken on May 5, 2013 shows Shan Jixiang (R), president of the Palace Museum, introducing new shatterproof glass installed to protect an ancient clock the day after a similar one was damaged by a visitor, during a press conference at the Forbidden City in Beijing. A man smashed a window with his bare hands while visiting the museum on May 4, knocking the Qing Dynasty clock onto the ground and partially damaging it. The man was later taken away by the police. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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May 05, 2013
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168145535
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This picture taken on May 5 2013 shows Shan Jixiang president of the... News Photo 168145535Ancient,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Beijing,Clock,Comparison,Day,Forbidden City,Glasses,Greeting,Horizontal,International Landmark,New,Picture,President,Press Conference,Protective,Qing Dynasty,Show,VisitPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPThis picture taken on May 5, 2013 shows Shan Jixiang (R), president of the Palace Museum, introducing new shatterproof glass installed to protect an ancient clock the day after a similar one was damaged by a visitor, during a press conference at the Forbidden City in Beijing. A man smashed a window with his bare hands while visiting the museum on May 4, knocking the Qing Dynasty clock onto the ground and partially damaging it. The man was later taken away by the police. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)