The four episode of our Qingming Riverside Scene is ingenious to “painting”

National Treasure Detective is the Premise theme of the all new restoration process techniques of the wonderful team of Forbidden City Restorers of  Copy, restore, record, and research, in the courtyard of the Forbidden City with red walls, yellow tiles, and blue bricks flying eaves, time suddenly stands still in the hands of generations of cultural relic restorers, cultural relic photographers, and cultural relic researchers, who are touching the millennium Every corner of the former Northern Song Dynasty faces history affectionately. They bury themselves deep in each work, just to keep the limited life of the cultural relics going. The documentary Our Qingming Shanghe Tu tells the legendary story of people and ancient paintings in the Forbidden City..

Documentary Our Qingming Shanghe Tu The four-episode feature film was successfully concluded this week! Copying, repairing, recording, researching, and following the documentary, we entered another story about “Along the River during Qingming Festival”, how the scenery on both sides of the Bain River thousands of years ago is preserved to this day; who uncovered the various forms of life in the Song Dynasty; from a hidden palace to a household name… After watching the documentary, what new understanding did you have about “Across the River during Qingming Festival”? in a which The Qingming festival or Ching Ming Festival, also known as Tomb-Sweeping Day in English, is a traditional Chinese festival observed by the Han Chinese of mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and by the ethnic Chinese of Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and South east Asia countries..

The first episode of our Qingming Shanghe Tu is ingenious to “painting”

Our Qingming Shanghe Tu# In order to make the magnificent piece “Qingming Shanghe Tu” more visible to future generations, in the decades after the founding of New China, people in the Forbidden City copied ancient paintings and carved seals arduous task. A letter from home, a seal on the wall, restores this hardship. The vicissitudes of the “Across the River during Qingming Festival” complement each other with the ingenuity of the people in the Forbidden City, making the famous paintings copied in the whole volume also immortal…..

Episode 2: “Painting” at Risk

“Across the River During Qingming Festival”, which has been turbulent in history, how many steps does it take to heal the wounds? Three generations of people from the Forbidden City have gone through project initiation, consultation, discussion, and restoration to heal the scars of this famous painting. The restoration archive of “Along the River During Qingming Festival” restores the expert’s mental journey of “consulting” the ancient painting. A sticker behind the ancient painting witnesses the restoration skills of the people in the Forbidden City, as well as the stories and friendships contained in it

“Our Qingming Riverside Map” Episode 3: Changes to “Paintings” Thousands

There is a young department in the Palace Museum, dedicated to making the ancient paintings in the hidden palace gardens come to the public. The long river of history has endowed “Along the River during Qingming Festival” with a profound background, and the ever-changing technology has endowed it with vitality. Behind it lies the infinite creativity and vitality of generations of young people in the Forbidden City.

The fourth episode of “Our Qingming Riverside Scene” is a fascinating “painting”

How to crack the historical password in “Shanghe Tu at Qingming Festival”? Is it to sort out the literature, bury your head in research, or go back to Zhang Zeduan’s life path and “talk over the air” with the ancients thousands of years ago? Along two different research paths, we have entered a more vivid picture of “Along the River During Qingming Festival”, exploring emotional resonance in rational exploration.

Paper has a thousand-year lifespan, and silk is preserved for 800 years. The limitation of material is the problem of the preservation of calligraphy and painting from ancient times to the present. As a silk version of “Along the River during the Qingming Festival”, it has been around for nearly a thousand years. How do people in the Forbidden City protect the ancient paintings and cultural relics from generation to generation and leave a precious legacy for future generations? Documentary Our Qingming Shanghe Tu The first episode “Ingenuity to “Painting”, tells about “copying”, this ancient but handed down ancient painting protection method, tomorrow morning at 11:30, so stay tuned!

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..

Images and visuals are from – Forbidden City –Palace Museum Beijing- China –People’s Republic of China…..

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