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February 25, 2024

Washington DC’s International SPY Museum Exploring Asian History in Espionage- Genghis Khan Statue from 1400’s

Washington DC's International SPY Museum

Washington DC’s International Spy Museum is displaying many intriguing exibits including a Ming Dynasty statue of Genghis Khan in its Deceptions exibit, during their Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. From Ancient China to India, discover the rich tapestry of untold stories and history of Asians in the intelligence world through the lens of SPY’s permanent exhibition, artifact collection, and virtual talks.

The Museum’s mission is to create compelling exhibitions and other learning experiences that shed light on the shadow world of espionage and intelligence, educating and challenging each of us to engage critically with the complex world around us. The aim is to provide an objective and apolitical forum for exploring important topics such as the impact of secrecy on civil liberties, the changing role of technology in intelligence work, and the challenges of disinformation in a social media environment.


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