The representative collection of cultural relics in Jilin Museum include Su Shi's Dongting Spring Fu & Qi; Song Yu Fu of Zhongshan; Baihua Tu of Yang Jierong of Southern Song Dynasty; Wenji Guihan Tu of Jin Zhanglu; Nine Songs Tu of Li Gonglin of Yuan Zhangwo; Dusk Jintang and Secretary of Dong Qichang of Ming Dynasty; and Ding Guanpeng of Qing Dynasty; Wu Changshuo, Qi Baishi, a, a famous painter in modern times. The works of Zhang Daqian, Xu Beihong and Pu Xinshe are also well-collected. In addition, there are also important collections of copper band hooks, Han Baiyuer cups, Liaoqi Danwen octagonal bronze mirrors, Liao Shi carved painting pagoda, Liao Kulun Liao tomb murals, Jinding kiln purple glaze printing bowl, Song Ru kiln celestial pots, Song Guanyao ear vases and Song Song Fengqing Festival piano.
Construction of the new building of Jilin Museum started on May 8, 2007. The new building is located in the comprehensive museum of Changchun Science, Technology and Culture Center, Jilin Province, Jingyue Economic Development Zone, Changchun City. The new museum is scheduled to be officially launched in May 2011.
Sheraton Hotel, Yitian, Jingyuetan, opposite Jilin Museum. Take the family leader in the hotel afternoon tea, take time to come and see. It's the Year of the Pig. Inside the museum, there are exhibitions of Pig Year Culture and Spring Festival Exhibition, which are full of flavor. Each floor has a very detailed display of Jilin's local cultural relics from ancient times to the present. Look at the harvest. With the second-generation ID card brushed into the museum free of charge. Zhang Boju Hall is still unable to visit.
Jilin Museum is a provincial comprehensive museum in China. The museum is located at the old site of Puyidi Palace in Manchukuo, the former puppet Manchukuo, No. 3 Guangfubei Road, Changchun City, and opened in February of the following year. It was moved to Changchun in 1954. Later in 2003, it merged with Jilin Museum of Modern History (Museum of Revolution) to form the present Jilin Museum.
No surprise, slightly disappointed, may be too high expectations for the province's title.
Firstly, it's very far from the city. Secondly, the exhibition content is not very rich. The key is that many of the legendary boutiques can't be seen at all. The attitude of the third staff member is general. Online display closing time is five o'clock, four o'clock rush. We only saw the fixed exhibition of Pine Water in Baishan Mountain. We still know a lot about the history of this generation.
Jilin Provincial Museum: Yuan Dynasty blue-and-white cloud-dragon pattern high-footed bowl, luxury, deep abdomen. There are three convex strings on the high circle feet, which are bamboo-shaped. The edge of the mouth is blue-and-white Tang grass pattern. There are two printing lines on the inner wall. The outer wall is painted with blue and white dragons and lined with flame lines. It is a treasure of blue and white porcelains of the Yuan Dynasty.
It's a good place for people who like history and culture. I've been exhausted for three days, but I've had a lot of harvest and taken nearly 2,000 photos. There are also several suggestions. First, we should grasp the function of Museum communication, open up our minds and extend the depth and breadth of history and culture through more and better forms. For example, we should provide the packaging and downloading of exhibits'electronic photos, strengthen the interpretation of exhibits' knowledge, lectures and so on, and publicize videos and audio for tourists, students and other groups at various hotel sites. The second is to strengthen the construction of facilities and equipment. For example, when the light rail station reaches the last kilometer of the museum, the management of restaurants is a common problem, which is both expensive and unpalatable. Thirdly, the management of visitors, especially the noise, touching the exhibition cabinet, although difficult, but the purpose of dissemination is not only knowledge education, but also public morality education. It is not enough to rely solely on exhibition hall personnel. Middle management, including security guards, should walk more.