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Jinan breakup museum attracts thousands of visitors
chinadaily.com.cn2019-05-09

Liu Quanjun, a post-90s young man in Jinan, East China's Shandong province, opened the city's first museum for remains of breakup on May 1, attracting thousands of visitors a day.

The Museum of Broken Relationships in Jinan displays items of breakup, ranging from dozens of railway tickets to handwritten letters, a half-knitted scarf, an unusable mobile phone and a new wedding dress.

"Most of the displays are donated by people who have broken up with their lovers. I can receive as many as five or six items a day. And the number is increasing," Liu noted.

"All the items and stories have special meanings to the donors," he said, "I hope the museum helps them to get rid of the pain from breaking up through sharing the items and stories."

The ticket for the museum costs only 19.9 yuan ($2.9). According to statistics from booking apps, to date, more than 7,000 tickets have been sold.

The Museum of Broken Relationships, created by a post-90s young man named Liu Quanjun, opens in Jinan, East China's Shandong province, attracting thousands of visitors a day. [Photo/dzwww.com]

Dozens of railway tickets are displayed at the Museum of Broken Relationships in Jinan, East China's Shandong province. [Photo/dzwww.com]

Visitors are attracted by a new wedding dress donated by a girl who had broken up with her lover. [Photo/dzwww.com]

A visitor poses for a photo next to the exhibition walls at the Museum of Broken Relationships in Jinan. [Photo/dzwww.com]

Chat records from the WeChat App written by former couples are displayed on the wall at the Museum of Broken Relationships in Jinan. [Photo/dzwww.com]

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