1. Reflections on the Emperor – the Collection and Culture of Mirrors at the Qing Court is open from May 31, 2015 to Feb 28, 2016 at National Palace Museum. This exhibition was divided into three sections that show the appreciation, mounting, and use of mirrors by members of the Qing court. The first section represents a selection of ancient mirrors from the Han to Ming dynasties that were once in the Qing imperial collection. The second features mirror cases and accessories manufactured by the court of the Qianlong emperor. The third shows how ancient mirrors functioned in everyday life, as well as presents the development of glass mirrors at the Qing court.
  1. The Ancient Art of Writing – Selections from the History of Chinese Calligraphy is open from April 1, 2015 to June 25, 2015 at National Palace Museum. The theme of this exhibit is the development of calligraphy. The selections are arranged in chronological order from Qin dynasty to Qing dynasty for a general overview.
  1. Elegant Images of the Brush – Women’s Painting in the Late Ming and Early Qing Period is on exhibits from April 1, 2015 to June 25, 2015 at National Palace Museum. This exhibition represents a selection of talented women painters from the sixteenth to seventeenth centuries. Their works of landscape, figures, flowers, and plants, bring the extraordinary grace of ancient women artists into public view once again.
  1. Flights of Fragrance at a Fingertip – The World of Birds and Flowers in Painting, Tapestry and Embroidery is on exhibit from April 1, 2015 to June 25, 2015 at National Palace Museum. “Bird and flowers” paintings had become an independent category in art since Tang Dynasty. In addition to painting, the subject of “birds and flowers” also became popular in the textile arts of tapestry and embroidery for a long history in China. This exhibition is divided into five sections. The selections present the ideas of artists and their arrangements of motifs, while exploring the further meaning of the metaphors, symbols, and unique features.
  1. Oversized Scrolls and Album Leaves is on exhibit from April 1, 2015 to June 25, 2015 at National Palace Museum. The exhibition presents selections from Song dynasty, Yuan dynasty and Qing dynasty. These paintings depict landscapes, mountains, waterfalls, and various social events and activities.