At the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art has an irresistible magnetism for me. The encyclopedic museum is dazzling. One day can only be spent on horseback. You'll find that an Egyptian Pavilion may turn people upside down. It takes more than three days for people to love art. This is the third time I've been here. Instead of being hit by the metropolis for the first time in 2008, I've gotten rid of the jujube. Instead, I have a clear goal and follow my own interests. Back to the starting point of falling in love with museums, the excitement brought by the metropolis is still the same. The difference is that art knowledge grows and enjoys it more. The Egyptian Pavilion goes straight to the Penneb Tomb, and then to the Baodanduo Temple in the town hall. The story behind the relics is interesting, "Let the Mummies Dance "This book details how to bring the temple into the metropolis. It was not stolen by the Americans, but by the Egyptian government, in order to thank the United States for its contribution to the rescue of Egyptian cultural relics, the Temple of Dandor was given as a gift to the United States government. Americans packed the temple in 640 containers and shipped it to the United States. The China Pavilion is the Metropolitan Special Exhibition "China: Mirror Flowers and Moons" this year, with renowned director Wang Jiawei as art director. The exhibition was unexpectedly well distributed and enjoyed no less popularity than the Egyptian Pavilion. Old photos and new fashion deductions of Chinese style dresses, Chinese cultural objects and dresses juxtaposed. Guo Pei's golden dress was placed in the Chinese Buddha Statue Showroom, which is as beautiful as the dresses of other masters. Unfortunately, because of the special exhibition in China, the exhibits collected by the metropolis itself can not be seen. The Japanese Pavilion showcases me. The exhibition is very Zen and has beautiful vision. Visitors can't help but slow down and enjoy it. In the collection of Western paintings, there is a huge amount. I went straight to my beloved Impressionism, where Monet's paintings are displayed in two halls. In the special exhibition of Van Gogh - "Iris and Roses" there are four paintings with the theme of iris and roses in full bloom in spring, all of which were made before Van Gogh was leaving St. Remy's Psychiatric Hospital. After the death of the artist, this series of works went to art galleries in Amsterdam, Washington and New York. But it can not be photographed, elegant and beautiful, without the slightest mania, is the heart of the actual very pure portrayal of Van Gogh. Golden objects in the South American Pavilion once again kept my footsteps. That's interesting. Little can be known about South American culture, ignorant, but interest has been aroused to go to the ancient Roman Greek Museum and Western sculpture Museum, has been physically exhausted. This is the starting point of falling in love with museums. It is by no means an old, musty and tasteless place. It is a world-class museum full of American vitality and dancing mummies. Metropolitan is the recommended ticket. I gave five dollars. There are free bags at the door.