Museums in China are incorporating their precious collections into artistic designs to develop unique cultural and creative product catering to young people. For example, as blind boxes are gaining popularity, the Guanfu Museum has launched a set of cat-themed blind boxes based on the lovely cats living in the museum. Compared to common lipsticks, those released by the Palace Museum decorated with beautiful motifs from the attire worn by the historical residents of the Forbidden City on its package are extra delightful and have become a sold-out cyber celebrity product. Let’s click the links below to gain insights into Chinese museums from nine kinds of their popular cultural and creative products. There’s everything from food, cosmetics, toys and jewelry to stationery and clothing to explore!