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15th August 2015
Chinese Antique Furniture Care Workshop
29th May - 1st June 2015
International Antiques Fair 2015
5th August 2014
Liang Yi Museum Talk
24th - 26th May 2014
International Antiques Fair 2014
17th - 27th May 2014
Asia Week Hong Kong
3rd - 12th April 2014
Asian Art Hong Kong
28th September - 28th October 2012
Exhibition of Rare Books
15th June 2011
Antique Treasure Hunting in aid of Hong Kong Cancer Fund
16th - 23rd May 2010
Shanghai Exhibition
12th - 16th August 2008
Here Come the Heavenly Horses Exhibition
1st January 1970
The Asia Art Fair New York
19th February 2008
Cocktail Party at Gallery
31st March - 5th April 2007
New York Show
1st - 31st January 2007
New Stock
1st - 31st October 2006
5th August 2014
Liang Yi Museum Talk
Oi Ling Chiang, founder of Oi Ling Antiques
gallery,will be joining Liang Yi Talks this
August to reveal the story behind "The King
of the Fanglei", an imposing bronze from the
Shang Dynasty (1600-1000BC). This
square-shaped wine vessel - comprised of a
body and lid - was found in 1922. Through an
unfortunate sequence of events, the body then
disappeared while the lid went ot the Hunan
Museum. 70 years later, the body was
rediscovered in Japan. Negotiations were
conducted to reunite the two but fell through
and the body alone was auctioned by Christie's
in 2001. This past March, the body of the
Fanglei came up for auction again, reigniting
the argument and debate on how to reunite the
two halves again.

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