Taiwan art exhibit in Japan salvaged by name fix

A man looks at the imperial stone seals with animal design knobs of Qing Dynasty displayed at the Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo during a press preview of the exhibition of "Treasured Masterpieces from the National Palace Museum Taipei" Monday, June 23, 2014. The exhibition of Chinese art from Taiwan is going ahead as planned after the Tokyo National Museum corrected promotional materials that omitted the word “National” from references to the National Palace Museum in Taipei. The Taiwan museum’s director accepted an apology from the Tokyo museum’s curator at an opening ceremony Monday for the exhibition, whose centerpiece is a lustrous white and green cabbage carved of jadeite. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)TOKYO (AP) — An exhibition of Chinese art from Taiwan has opened as planned after the Tokyo National Museum revised promotional materials that had omitted the word “National” from references to Taipei’s National Palace Museum.