“Next year would be the 600th year of the Forbidden City, and to reveal the 600 years of history and secrets of the palace, the 2020 “Calendar of the Forbidden City” is themed around the buildings, cultural relics, people and anecdotes instead of the usual Chinese zodiac animals. More than 8700 rooms in the palace complex are grouped under 10 categories and 365 points are extracted for the compilation of the volume. What is there to see? What’s the wedding ceremony of an emperor like? How did the imperial concubines spend their days? How luxurious is the retirement house of Emperor Qianlong…… in which 2020 is the year of the rat in which marks hard earned leadership ”
In which during the Qing and Ming Dynasty the Imperial Printing house that resides within the Forbidden printed texts, also it printed the imperial household imperial calendars that still printed in still in traditional fashion that you’ll see from China towards in Chinese Households to today… to obtain your Forbidden City Imperial Calendar at your Forbidden City Store..
Credit image and visuals are from The Forbidden City – Beijing – People’s Republic of China. Weibo