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Museums in Xi'an: The renovation of public services (2)

CRI Online)  13:33, January 15, 2013

Tian Jing, Deputy Director of Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum. ( Kun)

"We want everyone to understand the museum and find his own excitement during his visit," said Tian Jing, Deputy Director of the Terracotta Warriors Museum, also known as Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum.

Tian said the museum provides mobile phone charging stations, resting benches and photography tips for visitors. Disabled visitors can book appointments with guides before visiting the museum.

Nong Qian who works for the museum's public relations department, added that on rainy days visitors could wrap their umbrellas in small plastic bags at the building's entrance.

When asked about the museum's future plans for public service, Tian cited the museum's goal to diversify its functions.

"We want our museum to be a place not only for exhibiting, but also for learning and for entertaining," he said.

The Shaanxi History Museum has undertaken similar measures to attract more visitors.

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