Some of the more interesting collections include fine Chinese porcelain, bronze sculptures, and coins. One unique exhibit is dedicated exclusively to minority group art from within China, and this contains some unique ceremonial pieces.
Another unique floor houses nothing but furniture from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, offering a glimpse of how wealthy Chinese citizens lived in those time periods.
This museum, while large to the casual observer, apparently does not have the same caliber of collections housed in Beijing and in Taiwan. This once again illustrates the painful divide of the Chinese people, as, the Taiwan museum contains many of the priceless relics taken by Chiang Kai Shek when he fled in 1949. All in all, however, it is a great museum for exposure to Chinese Art and Culture.