By Emily Chan For Mailonline. A naked photoshoot in China's historical Forbidden City has sparked a furore on Chinese social media, after users criticised the photographs for being 'disrespectful'. The series of photographs, which were posted online last month, include a picture of a nude woman straddling a marble dragon head at the former imperial palace in Beijing. Palace museum officials released a statement today saying that the photographs showed a lack of respect to cultural relics and should be condemned, reported People's Daily Online.
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A group of photos of a naked model taken in the Forbidden City have generated a lot of heat over whether the images breach ethical and moral boundaries. The photos posted on Weibo show a nude woman posing in front of white marble handrails and sitting on a marble dragon head in the Forbidden City, which is also known as the Palace Museum. After the photos emerged online, some Internet users questioned whether it was proper to take naked images in a historic site. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help.
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Creativity…what will they think of next? According to the Palace Museum director, the site has 1, security cameras, at least 20 of which captured the shoot. He claims that footage of those involved, from the time they entered the museum and throughout the shoot, has been turned over to police. The funny thing is, none of this made news until the images were posted online and the world became appalled. According to Mr.
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