The “Heritage of Qin and Han Civilizations” exhibition opened in Kyoto, Japan

2022-05-22 0 By

Recently, the exhibition “Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses and Ancient China — The Heritage of Qin and Han Civilization” opened at Keidu Museum of Art in Japan.The exhibition is hosted by Shaanxi Provincial Bureau of Cultural Heritage and co-organized by Shaanxi History Museum (Shaanxi Cultural Exchange Center), Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s Mausoleum Museum and Japan China-japan News Press Tokyo Branch (Tokyo News).This year marks the 50th anniversary of the normalization of china-japan relations.The leaders of China and Japan reached important consensus on taking the 50th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic ties as an opportunity to build China-Japan relations that meet the requirements of the new era, charting the course for the next development of bilateral relations.The organizer hopes that more Japanese people can visit the museum to appreciate the exhibition, learn about Chinese history and culture, and further promote the mutual understanding between the Chinese and Japanese people and deepen the friendship and cooperation between the two countries.1 exhibition exhibited a total of 16 in shaanxi and hunan fine relics wenbo unit of 121 pieces (sets), including the terracotta army of qin shi huang mausoleum of hadrian, order YangLing of human and animal figures, the gold horse, the museum in yulin of shaanxi province han stone, hunan and silks, rev the western zhou dynasty era, next to the eastern han dynasty, the time span of 1000 years.Exhibitions around the “unified on the eve of the” “oneworld” “inheritance and development of” three themes, such as using plain, a simple way, introduced our country since the western zhou dynasty after the spring and autumn period and the warring states period until this period of history of the development of the qin and han dynasties, some of the salient features, and in recent years by qin shi huang mausoleum of hadrian, order YangLing research of qin and han dynasties culture and history.The exhibition, which runs until May 22, will be held at the Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Nagoya City Museum of Fine Arts and Ueno Mori Museum of Fine Arts in Tokyo until February 5, 2023.Director: Li Rui Internship Director: Wang Shuai Audit: Xu Xiuli Supervisor: Li Rang