The Chinese Museum is one of my favourite places in Melbourne. Located beside Her Majesty’s Theatre, in a building which used to hold overflow from the theatre’s wardrobe, it contains four floors of Chinese-Australian history, from the gold rush to the end of the White Australia Policy.
I visited the Museum itself a few months back, but I didn’t have a chance to look closely at the shop that day. Finally, I’ve had a chance to rectify that serious omission.
(Steph interjects: WITHOUT ME, I CANNOT BELIEVE IT)
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