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A new exhibition at the Palace Museum provides a panoramic view上海后花园
of the role played by jade in 5,000 years of Chinese culture, Wang Kaihao reports.
In 1748, the 37-year-old Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) wrote an ode extolling the exquisite beauty of a
上海后花园品茶微信fan-shaped jade artifact he owned, huang, after it was presented to him at the royal palace, the Forbidden City.
In his poem, the emperor attributed the antique to the Han Dynasty (
206 BC-AD 220), but its exact age remained a mystery to him. In the following decades, many上海后花园
similar jade pieces were presented to him, and the emperor was so fond of holding them that they developed their own
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Nevertheless, the question of age kept bothering him. In 1778, he wro
te another poem suggesting that these “Han objects” might belong to an earlier time.上海后花园
But, as we know today, these objects are far older than the emperor could have realized.
上海后花园品茶微信The Qing ruler may not have been able to imagine that he was having a dialogue with an object dating back 5,000 years. How
ever, modern-day visitors to the Forbidden City in Beijing, which is also known
as the Palace Museum, can experience a panoramic view of the brillia上海后花园
nt jade civilization of Liangzhu Culture, which was based in what is today’s Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.
上海后花园On July 6, the Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City in Hangzhou were inscrib
ed onto the UNESCO World Heritage list, which recognizes the significanc
e of the site as an indicator of the early stages of Chinese civilization. The city was in上海后花园品茶微信
habited for a millennium from 3300 to 2300 BC, according to archaeological research.
上海后花园品茶微信e investment,” Song said.Liu Bin (center), director of the Zhejiang Provincial Insti
ute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology, speaks to the media about a major highlight of the ongoi
ng exhibition at the Palace Museum, a 5,300-year jade article from Liangzhu Culture, called