Emperors' Treasures: Chinese Art from the National Palace Museum.
We are introduced to two of China's most prized examples of celadon porcelain from the Song Dynasty.
Captain Han and his team lie in wait for the grave robbers. What was it about the tombs that made him take their ransacking so seriously?
Captain Han and his team lie in wait, but will the grave robbers ever appear?
Captain Han comes up with an idea to ensnare the culprits in the case by having Xiong make a call to one of them, but things don't go according to plan.
Lv is taken in for questioning, but there's something about his story and that of his accomplice, Qiu, that doesn't quite add up.
Beneath the recovery of 199 stolen relics lies a great irony...
In this video, we learn about the unparalleled outer design of one of the most magnificent examples of celadon porcelain from the Northern Song Dynasty.
We learn the ingenious way that the urn was filled with wine and begin the remarkable story of how it came to be housed in the Shanxi History Museum.
The series of coincidences that led to the true value of the urn being discovered are revealed.
What would the ancient poet, Libai, have had to say about the magnificent celadon urn, especially given his predilection for alcohol?