AMCHPR 2019 w/Li Jiushun in Luoyang ('n watches, too...)

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AMCHPR 2019 w/Li Jiushun in Luoyang ('n watches, too...)

Post by AlbertaTime » August 9th 2019, 10:08pm

A new episode of the 2019 AMCHPR tour, this time: a tour of two of Luoyang's two primary museums--and some touring around town--with artist, writer, historian and artifact collector (not watches) Li Jiushun.

https://www.amchpr.com/luoyangli.html (edit: fixed the link).

3 watches...and a clock...and...some of you may recall Mr. Li from posts of Luoyang visits over the past few years.

A teaser from today's new AMCHPR ramblings...

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Li Jiushun

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Post by AlbertaTime » August 10th 2019, 1:27pm

https://www.amchpr.com/luoyangli.html

Just checked. Both this and the same link in the original post (fixed) work for me.
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Re: AMCHPR 2019 w/Li Jiushun in Luoyang ('n watches, too...)

Post by AlbertaTime » August 11th 2019, 5:02am

Thanks, BL. This was a very day good amid a bunch of 'em. More to come :-)
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