Hainan fishermen donated more than 800 pieces of cultural relics and cultural relics to the South Ch shdoclc.dll

Hainan fishermen to the South China Sea Museum donated by the news agency of the new network in more than 800 pieces of cultural relics and cultural relics in Hainan were – 15 November, Qionghai (Hong Jianpeng) 18 fishermen from Tanmen town of Hainan Province, Qionghai city 15, built in the South China Sea China Museum (hereinafter referred to as the South China Sea Museum) donated 832 pieces of cultural relics and cultural relics specimens among them, yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasty and the period of the Republic of China porcelain, porcelain pieces and other specimens. The South China Sea Tanmen fishing museum is located in the center south, 9 km from the Boao forum for Asia, the construction area of more than 70 thousand square meters, is divided into five floors, one floor underground. According to the South China Sea to build the museum office director Chen Jiang introduction, the South China Sea Museum from the end of April this year to start construction at the end of September, the main structure of the cap, has been transferred to the stage of a comprehensive renovation, is expected to be completed in March next year opening. Chen Jiang said that heritage is the basis of the museum exhibition, so the collection of work to become the focus of the construction of the South China Sea museum business priorities. Old fisherman Lu Yuyong donated to the South China Sea Museum of two pieces of complete porcelain artifacts. He told reporters that the donation of porcelain are the past to go fishing in the sea, went to Singapore for barter, and witnessed the production and life of Hainan fishermen in the South China Sea in the past. Fisherman Wang Yulong donated 203 porcelain specimens, "these tiles are my grandpa in the South China Sea fishing when salvaged, then feel good, they stay. Now the museum to collect artifacts donated, but also as a contribution to the country." Prior to the South China Sea Museum has been collected through the relevant channels to the cultural relics and related artifacts nearly 70 thousand specimens, including ceramic, metal, etc.. At present, the South China Sea museum is still mobilizing fishermen donated artifacts to enrich the South China Sea Museum fishermen display area. (end)相关的主题文章:

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