"Aisle three cleanup, Qing vases..."

This story should make any facility manager for a museum gasp in disbelief and horror. In Cambridge, England, a museum visitor tripped on his own shoelace and shattered three valuable Chinese vases from the Qing dynasty. For the full story, see the following link.


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This story should make any facility manager for a museum gasp in disbelief and horror. In Cambridge, England, a museum visitor tripped on his own shoelace and shattered three valuable Chinese vases from the Qing dynasty. For the full story, see the following link.
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"Aisle three cleanup, Qing vases…"

"Aisle three cleanup, Qing vases..."

This story should make any facility manager for a museum gasp in disbelief and horror.

In Cambridge, England, a museum visitor tripped on his own shoelace and shattered three valuable Chinese vases from the Qing dynasty. For the full story, see the following link.

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