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Chinese relic spurs call to boycott, cut ties with UK auction

By Yu Yilei, Lei Xiaoxun and Wang Kaihao | | Updated: 2018-04-11 16:13
A bronze water vessel, known as the Tiger Ying, is up for auction in Kent. The Canterbury Auction Galleries / For China Daily

The China Association of Auctioneers calls for all domestic and international collectors to boycott the upcoming auction of a suspected stolen Chinese bronze artifact at The Canterbury Auction Galleries in the UK, pledging that all Chinese antique auction enterprises will never have any cooperation with the British auction house once the auction goes ahead.

A screenshot from the official website of the China Association of Auctioneers.
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