外文标题：China village claims monk’s mummy
BEIJING: A Chinese village has claimed ownership of a mummified monk which is being exhibited across Europe.
The mummified monk has drawing a lot of attention because of a golden statue of Buddha hidden within the wrapped skeleton.
People of Yangchun in China's Fujian province claim the mummy was in stolen from the village in 1995. Officials from the provincial government's archeological department have rushed to the village for a detailed investigation.
The mummy started touring Europe starting at the Drents Museum in the Netherlands in February. It is now a major attraction at an exhibition in Budapest and is expected to go to Luxembourg in May.
Rajesh S (Unknown)
Seriously these europeans has to get away with this act of collecting things of historical value feom other countries.. Even if it has come from an legal route, it was merely sold by an local agent for money betraying the believes of the natives.. Almost all richness were robbed from India also, few of them like the kohinoor diamond still glitters brightly in the queens crown.. If europians stand for the righteousness that the clain for themselves, they will start returning the goods stolen from other countries..
It is now a major attraction at an exhibition in Budapest and is expected to go to Luxembourg in May
Villagers in Yangchun village say it is the mummy of a local monk,
And monk's daddy..?? who claimed him..??