Treasure Hunting In Hong KongBy
It's no secret that many Hong Kong antique collectors spirited most of their valuables overseas before China took over on July 1. They feared Beijing would shut down shipments of antiquities into Hong Kong and forbid buyers from taking old treasures out. But so far, goods are still making their way to Hong Kong, and buyers are leaving with their acquisitions. "Nothing has changed," says Pola Antebi, Chinese ceramics expert at the Christie's auction house in Hong Kong. "It's business as usual."
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