And what does Chen Zhaoxi think about the Museum?  Share

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You can find that out on www.museumtalks.be! The Chinese engineering student talks there nineteen to the dozen about the tea money he discovered in one of the displays of the NBB Museum. There is only one condition for listening, you have to understand Chinese. Because, like all the other ‘museumtalkers’ Chen uses for his commentaries only his mother tongue.

Museum Talks is a project of the Brussels Museum Council. The museums of Brussels receive visitors from countries all over the world, and about 140 of them made a comment about their favorite object in their favorite museum. You can share their enthusiastic view on these objects in 25 languages by listening to www.museumtalks.be. Comforting, isn’t it? To discover behind your computer through these commentaries what no less than 43 Museums of Brussels are about. You can also download the pieces and use them as an alternative mp3-audioguide.

This way, when you visit the NBB-museum, you can not only listen to the commentaries of Chen Zhaoxi on the tea money, but you can also hear why the Dutch computer specialist Bas Gijsen actually thinks that a change table is a topic of the day and you can understand why Gundera Vavere-Mikuta from Latvia is surprised about the value of the little kauri shells. The total number of commentaries on www.museumtalks.be is still expanding. Surely to be continued!