Presentation: Jade: Stone of Heaven

Asian Art Museum Docent Talk
Tuesday, 3/21/2023
6:30 - 7:30

If you thought diamonds were forever, you should consider jade. Jade is more precious than gold. Chinese emperors admire jade; scholars praise jade; and women use jade ornaments to adorn their beauty. Join us for a fascinating journey to explore the mystic properties of jade and its importance in Asian cultures for thousands of years.   


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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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