Archive | February, 2017

WANGDA SHOWCASES successfully WON THE HIGH-END MUSEUM DISPLAY CASES PROJECT FOR SHEN WU MEN GALLERY OF NATIONAL CLASS MUSEUM-PALACE MUSEUM(Forbidden City)

26 Feb

Via public tender and competition,WANGDA SHOWCASES successfully WON THE HIGH-END MUSEUM DISPLAY CASES PROJECT FOR SHEN WU MEN GALLERY OF NATIONAL CLASS MUSEUM-PALACE MUSEUM(Forbidden City).

The Forbidden City served as the Chinese imperial palace many many years back in dynastic China.It’s nowadays also known as the Palace Museum for its role as the collector of Qing/Ming artifacts and all.Shen Wu Men (Gate of Godly Prowess),the north gate of the Palace Museum(Forbidden City) was built in 1420 (18th year of Ming Emperor Yung Lo’s reign) and rebuilt in Ching Emperor Kang Hsi’s reign. There was a bell and a drum in the gate tower. Dawn and dusk were marked by 108 tolls of the bell, while in between there was a beating of the drum every two hours.

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WANGDA SHOWCASES won museum showcases project from China National South Sea Museum

21 Feb

WANGDA SHOWCASES won the museum display cases project from another National Class museum-China South Sea Museum.This new national museum is built in HaiNan,the southernmost of China, to conserve and display the culture of the South China Sea.This national-class Museum will exhibit evidence of China’s sovereignty over the South China Sea, including genglubu, traditional guidebooks to the sea and islands for fishermen, seafaring technology, and historical relics found in the South China Sea islands.

The museum, will cover 1.5 hectares at Tanmen fishing harbour in Qionghai, on the east coast of the island province, and has a projected building cost of 932 million yuan (US$139 million).Tanmen, a well-known small fishing town whose residents are thought to have been the first to explore and exploit the South China Sea, with the help of genglubu and the compass, was regarded as the perfect site for the museum.The museum will make use of advanced digital and virtual technology including the big-data service.

The museum will have six exhibit sections, on historic cultures that lived by the south China Sea and the plant and animal life of the area, two thematic exhibitions of cultural relics of the Maritime Silk Road collected from seven provinces, and underwater cultural relics from the South China Sea, as well as cultural relics from overseas.

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