National Museum of Classic Books offers visitors 'calligraphic experience'
The National Museum of Classic Books allows visitors to make their own copy of precious ancient collections. Located within the China's National Library, the museum is currently exhibiting over 800 pieces, ranging from 3,000-year-old oracle bones to contemporary calligraphy manuscripts. Meanwhile, the museum has also made full use of the calligraphy works inside the encyclopedia. The visitors need only to click the screen, copy the font, and scan the QR code with their smartphone to bring home with them their very own customized work.