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District Youth Federation Carries out a Series of Activities of the Cultural Salon Entering Cultural Collection

  In response to the Strong District with Culture, Dongcheng District Youth Federation, on March 29, organized more than 50 members going to the New Poly Plaza to carry out one of activities of cultural salon named Entering Cultural Collection. There, they visited the Poly Art Museum and the recently excavated Ming Dynasty Kiln Porcelain Exhibition. As a result, they got to learn more about cultural heritage and elegant art and promoted the exchanges as well. Li Yan, the executive vice chairman of District Youth Federation and Yang Liu, the Secretary-General attended the event.
  First of all, members accompanied by the narrators visited the Poly Art Museum. Poly Art Museum has two thematic galleries. One is the ancient Chinese bronze art exhibition, where more than 150 pieces (group) bronze treasures were on display ranging from the early Shang Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty, clearly showing the course of development of ancient Chinese bronze civilization with unique charm. Most of them were rare and unique in the world. The other is Buddhist images of ancient Chinese stone carving art exhibition. More than 40 pieces of stone statues from Northern Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty were on display there, which sketched out the peak art charm of Chinese Buddhist and exquisite workmanship and were rare in the world. The members couldn’t help inquiring about the statues in the whole process. They sang high praise of intricate art of the heritage which broadened their horizons and helped them relive our history. Later, the members came to newly excavated Ming Dynasty Kiln Porcelain Exhibition at the 10th floor of the building. The exhibition brought together 105 pieces of unearthed porcelain curiosa of Jingdezhen Ming imperial kilns. The exhibition was the first large-scale show after these batch cultural relics were unearthed and repaired. That provided us a good chance to understand Yong Xuan blue-and-white porcelain products and played back the unique charm of the Ming Dynasty porcelain.
  What deserved to be mentioned, members had the opportunity to enjoy yuanmingyuan animal zodiac statue-- the ox, tiger, monkey and pig. These bronze statues were genuine national treasures taken back from abroad at Hong Kong auction in 2000 by the Poly Group. Members lamented the exquisite skills of the ancients and sang high praise of Poly Group for their active protection of China's national treasures. Finally they said heartfelt thanks to the Youth Federation for organizing such a wonderful culture salon.