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  Hanyang University Museum is having Hanyang Family "My Dear Objects" Show on the fourth floor showroom of the museum from Oct 30 to Dec 31. Moreover, there was a chamber music concert with the Graduate school of Music, Hanyang University to celebrate the opening ceremony on Oct 30.

  During the special show, the museum prepared showing selections of Hanyang family's personal goods to the public. From these valuable objects, there are traditional objects of craftwork collected during around-the-world trips, a nomadic people's horn chalices or traditional costume of Africa which are related to one's lifelong research. Also traditional polytechnic cultural assets like calligraphy works and pottery inherited from a father, mail from one's respected teacher, and memorable objects that view the past with nostalgia like a prizewinner work from an exhibition in one's undergraduate days.

  From the view of the public, some exhibits seem like things we can see around us and some look like rare things that are never seen before. The objects might seem trivial and worthless but after answering entangled stories of each exhibit gave unexpected interest and meaning.

  People will be able to get out of secular money value and observe new values of the objects, by contemplating concentrated memories and lovely feelings toward each object. Lee Chang-hyun, a freshman, Division of Business Administration said, "I could feel the pride of Hanyang after seeing memorable and important objects of Hanyang people."

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