The night of February 6, 1933, Beiping- Peking- Beijing, the Forbidden City Gate of Supreme Harmony in the Place Museum, 13,427 boxes of cultural relics were in full order, ready for the southward salvage campaign. In 2017, a secret stop on the southbound migration of cultural relics of the Forbidden City — Chongqing Andersen Firm, was found by a man who decided to preserve it. Designer Zhang Yonghe and his team took on the job of the restoration and renovation of the buildings, which finally opened to the public in June 2021. YIT came to the mountain city of Chongqing on the opening day of the Memorial Museum, to listen to Zhang Yonghe’s story about the transformation of the buildings, and to explore the secret “national treasures long march”
During the War of Resistance, there were 3,694 boxes of cultural relics from the Forbidden City stored by the former site of Anderson Firm, which made important contributions to the protection of national treasures and the inheritance of Chinese culture. Under the joint promotion of the Palace Museum, Chongqing Municipal Commission of Culture and Tourism Development, and the Nan’an District Government, Chongqing has renovated the cultural relics, created the surrounding environment, and presented a variety of business formats there. Eight buildings in the former site of Anderson Firm were constructed as cultural relics of the Memorial Hall for the Cultural Relics from the Forbidden City in Nanbin Road. The entire hall covers an area of about 2,500 square meters, including cultural venues such as Memorial Exhibition Halls, Cultural Lecture Halls, Education Classrooms, Forbidden Academy, bookstores, and more.
[Adapted from real history, the Forbidden City’s first new book of historical Chinese comics is on the market! ] More than 13,000 boxes of precious cultural relics, which lasted 25 years, spanned more than half of China in the midst of war, creating the longest and largest history of cultural relics in modern history. The new Forbidden City comic book “Echo of the Forbidden City: The Legend of National Treasures Moving South” artistically reproduces the story of the people of the Forbidden City guarding the antiquities in the prosperous years. The book also includes a large number of precious historical photos and archives, which is like a documentary on paper; there is also a “picture-in-picture” format, which interestingly explains 11 precious cultural relics from the south, including stone drums and Yonggu cups in Jin Mau.
Forbidden City The first historical Chinese comic, adapted from a true story, was reviewed by experts from the Palace Museum, and recommended by Tencent Animation App with a high score of 9.8. Comic art reappears the prodigious years. 13,491 boxes of precious cultural relics, which lasted 25 years, spanned more than half of China in the midst of war, creating the longest and largest history of cultural relics in modern history. It’s not just a comic book, it’s also filled with precious historical photos and archives, like a documentary on paper. Supplement the knowledge of national treasures and present precious cultural relics in the upper courtyard on paper. ….Follow the comic “Echo of the Forbidden City: The Legend of National Treasures Moving South” to look back on those turbulent years. Not forgetting history is the best tribute to our ancestors…..
In this year’s 2022, the second decade from the turn of the century in Beijing the Capital of China also the People’s Republic of China, marking its six hundred and two years anniversary of the Forbidden city that marks the transitional point of in between the middle of the Ming Dynasty (1368- 1644) transitionally from Nanjing to Beijing towards the Qing Dynasty (1636-1644-1911) …. The Imperial Palace seen so many countless seasonally transitional equinoxes but further its six hundred years is iconic, but it’s five hundred ninety nine years it marks it Autumn Equinox…. In which it only took twelve years to build the same of the Daming Palace of The Tang Dynasty Xian Imperial Capital only it was least twenty times larger..
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Images and visuals are from – Forbidden City –Palace Museum Beijing- China –People’s Republic of China…..