WANGDA SHOWCASES won another national-class museum project,the Chinese Academy of History

WANGDA SHOWCASES is honored to win the museum showcase tender for national-class museum project-The Chinese Academy of History, to customize all the high-end museum display cases|museum showcases|museum display cabinets|vitrines in accordance with the highest international technology standards and performance indexes.

The Chinese Academy of History,as the highest professionalized organization of China for studying the ancient history of China, undertakes relevant research in the field of Chinese history, promotes the construction of historical disciplines, academic systems and discourse systems with Chinese characteristics, coordinates and guides national historical research, and displays and disseminates Chinese history and culture, and organizes academic exchanges at home and abroad.

On January 3, the Chinese Academy of History of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences was established in Beijing. General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee, President of the State, and Chairman of the Central Military Commission Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter, expressed warm congratulations on behalf of the Party Central Committee, and extended sincere greetings to the vast number of historical research workers across the country.

Xi Jinping pointed out in his congratulatory letter that history is a mirror, and it is wise to learn the history. Paying attention to history, studying history, and learning from history is a fine tradition of the Chinese nation’s 5,000-year history of civilization. Contemporary China is the continuation and development of historical China. In the new era, adhering to and developing socialism with Chinese characteristics requires a more systematic study of Chinese history and culture. It is even more necessary to profoundly grasp the historical laws of human development and to draw wisdom and move toward the future in the deep thinking of history.

The China’s First-recorded Dynasty-The Erlitou Site Museum of The Xia Capital Opens to the Public

Unveiling the history and culture of ancient China’s first recorded dynasty of Xia (2070-1600 B.C.), the Erlitou Site Museum of Xia Capital(with all the museum display cases/museum showcases/museum display cabinets are customized by Wangda Showcases) opened to the Public on 19, October 2019.

Discovered in 1959 in Luoyang by historian Xu Xusheng, Erlitou was identified by Chinese archaeologists as the relics of the capital city of the middle and late Xia Dynasty.Over the past 60 years, archaeologists have excavated over 10,000 items out of a total area of 40,000 square meters from the site.

Costing 630 million CNY (about 89 million U.S. dollars) for construction for over 2 years, the museum covers an area of 32,000 square meters, to display the excavated China’s earliest known urban network,bronze wares,pottery wares and jade wares as well as turquoise dating back to 3800 years ago. The museum will help people around the world to learn more about ancient Chinese history and culture from the re-presentation of the first-recorded dynasty capital of China.









WANGDA SHOWCASES will attend museum expo-EXPONATEC COLOGNE 2019 in Germany

Booth Number E067 at Hall 3.2, WANGDA SHOWCASES will attend the high level professional museum expo-EXPONATEC COLOGNE 2019 in Germany. From 20th.to 22th. November, 2019, any interested museum-related organization,company,professional and freelance is warmly and sincerely welcome to visit our booth to learn about us and our supply of museum grade display cases/showcases/display cabinets as well as discuss the museum showcases project.

 

 

Wangda Showcases won the tender of Exhibition 2019 for Anhui Provincial Museum

Through public and open tender invitation and competition, WANGDA SHOWCASES successfully won the museum display cases project for Exhibition 2019 for Anhui Provincial Museum. WANGDA SHOWCASES will design,supply and install all the customized museum display cases/museum showcases/museum display cabinets in compliance with European highest technical standards.

Wangda Showcases Won Museum Display Cases Project for Erlitou Ruins Museum

WANGDA SHOWCASES successfully won the museum display cases project for Erlitou Ruins Museum, to design, supply and install all the high-security and high-conservation and well-sealed customized museum display cases/museum showcases/museum display cabinets for such a giant museum project, to preserve site of ‘earliest China’. Located at Luoyang, Henan of China, the Erlitou Ruins museum covers around 30,000 square meters and costs a total of 630 million RMB (US$96 million) to build.

Luoyang,as one of the four ancient capitals of China, along with Xi’an, Beijing and Nanjing, was at its peak during the Tang Dynasty (618-907), when imperial China’s only female ruler, Wu Zetian, moved the capital there from Chang’an, as Xi’an was then known, during her reign (690-705).

The Erlitou culture was an early Bronze Age urban society and archaeological culture that existed in the Yellow River valley from approximately 1900 to 1500 BC.[1][2] (A 2007 study of radiocarbon dating has proposed a narrower date range of 1750 to 1530 BC.[3]) The culture was named after the site discovered at Erlitou in YanshiHenan. The culture was widely spread throughout Henan and Shanxi and later appeared in Shaanxi and Hubei. Chinese archaeologists generally identify the Erlitou culture as the site of the Xia dynasty, but there is no firm evidence, such as writing, to substantiate such a linkage.[4][5][6]

The Erlitou culture may have evolved from the matrix of Longshan culture. Originally centered around Henan and Shanxi Province, the culture spread to Shaanxi and Hubei Province. After the rise of the Erligang culture, the site at Erlitou diminished in size but remained inhabited.[7]

Discovered in 1959 by Xu Xusheng,[8] Erlitou is the largest site associated with the culture, with palace buildings and bronze smelting workshops. Erlitou monopolized the production of ritual bronze vessels, including the earliest recovered dings.[9] The city is on the Yi River, a tributary of the Luo River, which flows into the Yellow River. The city was 2.4 km by 1.9 km; however, because of flood damage only 3 km2(1.2 sq mi) are left.[7]