Archive | January, 2017

Wangda Showcases won museum display cases project from National Museum of Myanmar

20 Jan

After public,pierce public tendering procedures in Myanmar, Wangda showcases was finally awarded with the contract of museum grade showcases for the National Museum of Myanmar(Nay Pyi Taw) to design, manufacture and install all 80 no.s museum grade display cases with advanced preservation technique and high standard for all the exhibition rooms for such a noted national museum in South-East Asia.



Visit by the National Museum of Myanmar

20 Jan

Wangda Showcases was visited by the supplier of National Museum of Myanmar.During 3 days’ visiting,the professional crew had an inspection tour at our workshops and showrooms,and had a meeting for discussing the details about museum showcase project for the National Museum of Myanmar.The New National Museum is located at the capital of Myanmar. Myanmar has a long history with rich cultural heritage both tangible and intangible.The National Museum (Nay Pyi Taw) strives to reflect Myanmar��s rich cultural heritage in an interesting manner.Permanent Collections are Stone, bronze, iron, gold and silver objects, ceramics, glass, wooden objects, lacquered objects, textiles and paper.

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WANGDA WON museum showcases project from Ningxia Museum.

20 Jan

Through public tender facing the worldwide showcase suppliers,Wangda Showcases successfully won the huge museum showcase project from the Museum of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region(Abbr.: Ningxia Museum)

The Ningxia Museum is located at the Chengtian Buddhist Temple in Yinchuan City, is a comprehensive historical museum of provincial level in China. The Museum was prepared in 1959 and officially completed in 1973.

The Museum has collected over 10,000 cultural relics, of which 45 are Class One collection, among which are the ink-stick unearthed from a Han tomb at Guyuan County of Ningxia, the gold-plated copper bull unearthed from a Western Xia (1038-1227) tomb, and a silk banner presented to the leader of the Hui nationality by the Red Army when passing by Guyuan County of Ningxia during the Long March. The overwhelming majority of the relics collected by the Museum were obtained from archeological survey and field excavation with the exception of small quantity of collected items and the items left over through the ages…….(for more details, please visit: