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Looted relics to return home this week | Updated: 2013-06-26 13:53


In 2000, the cow head, tiger head and monkey head sculptures returned home and were stored in the Poly Art Museum.

In 2003, the pig head returned home. Macao entrepreneur Stanley Ho donated 6 million yuan (about 722,892 US dollars) to buy back the sculpture from a US art collector. More

In 2007, the horse head returned home. Macao gaming tycoon Stanley Ho Hung-sun has bought from a Taiwan collector, for HK$69.1 million ($8.84 million) and donated to the Poly Art Museum. More

In 2013, the rat and rabbit head will return home later this year. French art-collecting Pinault family promised the donation.

The dragon head, snake head, rooster head, dog head and sheep head were untraceable.


Relics to be returned


Looted relics to return home this week

Looted relics to return home this week

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