The Chimei Museum is a private museum founded in 1992 by Shi Wen-Long, founder of the Chi Mei Rende District, Tainan, Taiwan. The museum’s collection is divided into five categories: Western art (including painting, sculpture, decorative arts and antique furniture); Musical instruments; Natural History; Arms and armor; Antiques and artifacts. The museum is known for having one of the largest collections of violins in the world, and also for its important ancient weapons and paintings and sculptures Western collections. In 2015 it was the inauguration of the new museum with Chimei 12 000 m² of exhibition halls in a park.
Restoring the original polychromy of two Egyptian sarcophagi.