On the 6th September 2021 Monday Forbidden City – Beijing- China- People’s Republic of China, it’s here The 2022 “Forbidden City Calendar” the official launch of conference will be held on the 6th September 2021 at Jianfu Palace of the Forbidden City Palace Museum. An official MV “Forbidden City Time”, composed by a professional team of music and photography, and composed of lyrics by the Forbidden City, is also newly released! In the exquisite pictures of the four seasons of the Forbidden City and the cultural relics exhibition, in which storytelling the indicated places of the forbidden City’s moments as reading together Walking together in Calendaring’s Palace and looked at the lucky tigers, the tigers welcoming the rui, the tigers blessing the peace, and the tigers rejuvenating, looking forward to a new year with more wings… in which the tiger is a Chinese Zodiac sign in which view during the summery night sky of constellation Orion in which it’s constellation components makeup of the body of the white tiger in which is a symbolism for good luck charm for Chinese Military personals and there’s family. As to that sayngly it’s also the imperial military Commanding mandate seal order in which comes in pair for conformation.
The year of Renyin, the zodiac tiger. 2022 “Forbidden City Calendar” selects cultural relics related to tigers from the vast collections of the Forbidden City, expressing the lucky tiger welcoming the auspiciousness, the safety of the tiger, the winter ice play, etc., forming the auspicious picture of the lucky tiger welcoming the New Year and the mountains and rivers celebrating the prosperity. AR interaction is also added. With the electronic calendar reading function. Feel the Calendaring’s Palace, and accompany you to usher in a new year with a new year!
Jihu welcomes the New Year, and the mountains and rivers celebrate the rise of peace. The newly revised 2022 “Forbidden City Calendar” is here! The cover image is selected from the “Flying Tiger Flag with Red Gauze Embroidered Cloud Patterns in the Qing Dynasty”, which reflects 国潮正当红#. The character “tiger” in the background is a collection of Weibei, with lingering charm. In addition, the new calendar also adds AR interaction and electronic calendar reading functions in which gives you the reader a more interactive experience as if you’re still in the Forbidden City exploring its’ untold stories. ….
Imagines visuals credit are from the Forbidden city –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China…