If want to see traditional Chinese art, don't come here. This mostly modern art, but distictively Chinese still. Most of the facilities are exhibits. When I was there it was laquer art and photography of China, an modern ink paintings. The modern art was facinating. Upper floors have recent historical art work (c. 1900-1970) on permanent display and a small amount of regional art work, like paper cuttings.
The museum has typical Tues-Sun hours. It had electronic multimedia screens to use, but they were both only in Chinese and seemed to be malfunctioning.