Many many objects of art stood out, but the highlight was definitely this bronze figure model for acupuncture and moxibustion. Marked with meridians and acupuncture points, these figures were used in imperial medical academy exams. They were coated in beeswax and filled with water, so students can identify the right points.
This model was cast in 1443 during the Ming Dynasty. Teresa and I had great fun identifying the points, giggling a lot when we got something right. And probably because those days of acupuncture point identification exams are firmly behind us.