On June 28, 2020,Suzhou Wu Culture Museum was grandly opened

On June 28, 2020, Wu State Culture Museum (and “Wuzhong Museum”) in SuZhou was grandly opened. All the galleries of this renowned museum are equipped with  customized museum showcases by WANGDA SHOWCASES, in compliance with the latest showcase design concepts and the highest EU technical standards of museum showcases.

The Wuzhong Museum,based on the rich historical accumulation of Wu culture, stands on the bank of Dantai Lake with the latest appearance. With 10,000 cultural artefacts collected, The Wuzhong Museum come with a total construction area 18,600 square meters, and the exhbition area covers ​​8,500 square meters.

The main building  comes with three floors above ground and one floor underground. The exhibition hall is mainly located on the first and second floors of the hall, including two special-theme exhibition halls, four permanent exhibition halls and an education center, academic lecture hall, multi-function hall, coffee and cultural and creative areas, etc. It is a comprehensive museum integrating cultural display, cultural heritage research, public service, social education, leisure and entertainment and other functions.

WANGDA SHOWCASES customized all the high-end museum display cabinets and technical services for Wuzhong Museum, supporting Wuzhong Museum for the fantastic representation of ancient Wu State Culture to the public and the inheritance of Wuzhong’s history.There are two permanent exhibitions of “Archaeological Exploration Wuzhong” and “Fengya Song Wuzhong”.

“Archaeological exploration of Wuzhong” is composed of three main lines of Wu Dishengmin, Wu Guochunqiu, and Big Bang. It mainly interprets the origin, development and characteristics of Wu culture from the perspective of archaeology.

“Feng Ya Song Wu Zhong” includes three parallel exhibitions of “Wu Feng”, “Wu Ya” and “Wu Song”, in conjunction with “Archaeological Exploration of Wu Zhong”, to interpret and display Wu Zhong’s special products and cultural relics of Wu Di, The inheritance of Wu culture and other contents interpret the connotation of Wu culture from multiple angles and in all aspects.

Exhibition themed Colored Pottery.China-Integration and Unit 5000 years ago-Shaaxi History Museum

WANGDA SHOWCASES once again excellently finished a large museum display case project at the unrivalled efficiency among the worldwide manufacturers of museum showcases|museum display cases|museum display cabinets.In only 20 daily days after receipt of the official contract, WANGDA SHOWCASES manufacctured, shipped and completed installing over 100 no.s high quality and pretty museum display cases for the gallery themed Colored Pottery.China-Integration and Unit 5000 years ago for Shaanxi History Museum.All the museum display cases were customized as per the highest German standards of technology and quality.


Tianjin Natural History Museum

WANGDA SHOWCASES finished on-site installation of museum showcases for Tianjin Natural History Museum, the museum exhibiton is ready to open to the public during traditional Spring Festival of China. All the high-end museum display cases/museum showcases/museum display cabinets for Tianjin National History Museum are customized by WANGDA SHOWCASES.


Treasure Gallery, Palace Museum

The Treasure Gallery is a series of exhibition spaces in the northeast part of the Forbidden City in an area of the Museum known as the Palace of Tranquil Longevity Sector (Ningshou gong qu). It consists of six gallery rooms displaying pieces from the imperial collection and extant accoutrements for palace life. All of these exquisite items are made of precious materials, such as jade, jadeite, gold, silver, pearls, and other precious and semi-precious stones. The superb craftsmanship and inestimable value of each piece is aptly summarized in the title of the gallery. WANGDA SHOWCASES customized museum grade display cases for the new Galleries.

Palace of Great Benevolence-Forbidden City

The Forbidden City (Chinese故宫pinyinGùgōng) is a palace complex in central Beijing, China. It houses the Palace Museum, and was the former Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty (the years 1420 to 1912). The Forbidden City served as the home of emperors and their households and was the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government for almost 500 years.

Constructed from 1406 to 1420, the complex consists of 980 buildings[3] and covers 72 hectares (over 180 acres).[4][5] The palace exemplifies traditional Chinese palatial architecture,[6] and has influenced cultural and architectural developments in East Asia and elsewhere. The Forbidden City was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987,[6] and is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world.

Since 1925, the Forbidden City has been under the charge of the Palace Museum, whose extensive collection of artwork and artifacts were built upon the imperial collections of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Part of the museum’s former collection is now in the National Palace Museum in Taipei. Both museums descend from the same institution, but were split after the Chinese Civil War. Since 2012, the Forbidden City has seen an average of 14 million visitors annually, and received more than 16 million visitors in 2016[7] and 2017.[1]

Six Eastern Palaces is situated on Dongyichang Street on the east side of the central axis of the Forbidden City. It is an architectural complex composed of 6 yards built in the same style. The six palaces are Palace of Great Benevolence (Jingrengong), Palace of Accumulated Purity (Zhongcuigong), Palace of Celestial Favor (Chengqiangong), Palace of Great Brilliance (Jingyanggong), Palace of Eternal Harmony(Yonghegong) and Palace of Prolonging Happiness (Yanxigong). These palaces each have a square shape of 50 meters (54.7 yards) on each side, with one principal room, two wing rooms, and two courtyards respectively.

Palace of Great Benevolence,as one of the six eastern palaces in the Forbidden City, was a residence of imperial concubines.The renowned Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1911) was born in this palace in 1654 and his prosperous reign lasted 61 years. Now it is an exhibition hall for exhibiting the donated cultural relics and shows gratitude and respect to the donors.

WANGDA SHOWCASES customized all the museum grade display cases/showcases/display cabinets for Palace of Great Benevolence of the Palace Museum.

The Shanxi Bronze Museum

Located at Taiyuan, North China’s Shanxi Province, the Shanxi Bronze Museum is the first provincial-level bronze museum in China.As a branch of the Shanxi Museum, the new museum is located on a small island in Taiyuan’s Chengfeng Culture and Business District. It shares five connected and independent inverted cone buildings with the Taiyuan Museum.The unique modern design of the Taiyuan Museum has earned it the nickname “instant noodle bucket” from locals and makes it one of the city’s standout landmarks.

The new museum boasts an exhibition area 11,000 square meters. Taking Bronze Brilliance as its theme, the main display is divided into three parts that show the development and highlights of China’s Bronze Age: Imprints of Chinese Civilization, The Spirit of Rites and Music and The Model of Skill and Art.

The Bronze Age was a significant stage in human history. China was one of the earliest civilizations to enter the Bronze Age. Archeological evidence indicates that Bronze culture had already reached maturity by the Xia Dynasty (C.2070-C.1600 BC). It reached its peak during the Shang Dynasty (C.1600BC-1046BC) to Western Zhou Dynasty (1046BC – 771BC) and the area of current Shanxi province was the heartland of Chinese bronze civilization at that time.

The Shanxi bronzes on display reveal the main cultural currents of the Shang and Western Zhou dynasties, reflecting the progress in the evolution and development of China’s ritual culture. It also re-shows how geographic connections helped fuse the agricultural and steppe civilizations of the time and how that impacted the design of bronzes.

All the museum grade display cases/showcases/display cabinets for the Shanxi Bronze Museum are designed,supplied and installed by Wangda Showcases.

Hanyangling Mausoleum Museum

The Han Yang Ling (simplified Chinese汉阳陵traditional Chinese漢陽陵pinyinHàn Yáng líng), or the Yang Mausoleum of Han, is the mausoleum of Emperor Jing, the sixth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty and his Empress Wang. The mausoleum complex is located in the Weicheng district of the City of XianyangShaanxi Province, on the northern bank of the Wei River and about 20 km to the north of the city center of the provincial capital of Xi’an.

The Mausoleum of Emperor Jingdi (Hanyang Tomb), is a joint mausoleum of Liu Qi (188 -141 BC), the fourth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty, and his wife Empress Wang. It is located at Zhanjiawan Village, about 20 kilometers north of Xian City, where Emperor Jingdi of Western Han Dynasty was buried.

During the 17-year reign of Emperor Jingdi, he developed a peaceful relationship with the Huns (nomads to the north of China) through intermarriage, and reduced the burden of tax, corvee and penalty, by which way Han economy developed rapidly after the turmoil at the end of Qin Dynasty. So he is remembered as a capable emperor in Chinese history, together with his father Emperor Wendi, opened a golden era of harmony in the early feudal society, which was later regarded as “the Great Reign of Wen and Jing”.

The total area of the mausoleum is 20 square meters and the construction time is as long as 28 years from 153 BC to 126 BC. The entire complex is designed in line with the imperial state powers and their predominant hierarchic ranks, taking the Emperor’s graveyard as the very center, scattered around it are burial pits, archaeological exhibitions, criminal graveyard and some satellite tombs.

The Mausoleum of Emperor Jingdi was excavated in 1972 which was the beginning of the excavation of Hanyang Mausoleum. In 2007, the underground Protection Hall covering ten burial pits east of the emperor’s tomb mound with an area of 8000 square meters, was opened to public. It has been modernized with heated glass wall and tunnel to separate the relics and visitors into two areas of different temperature and humidity aimed to protect and maintain the relics on a large scale while allowing visitors to view the relics at different angles within a short distance in the mysterious environment. A large amount of colored pottery figurines and other items are displayed here.

WANGDA SHOWCASES designed,supplied and installed all the customized museum grade display cases|museum showcase|museum display cabinets|vitrines for the mausoleum museum of the renowned Emperor over 2000 years ago.

Confucius Museum,Nishan Holy Land

WANGDA SHOWCASES supplied and installed custom museum display cases|museum showcases|museum display cabinets|vitrines for Confucius museum in Nishan Holdan Land located in Qufu, the hometown of Confucius.Confucius (/kənˈfjʃəs/ kən-FEW-shəs;[1] 551–479 BC)[2][3] was a Chinese philosopher and politician of the Spring and Autumn period.The philosophy of Confucius, also known as Confucianism, emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. His followers competed successfully with many other schools during the Hundred Schools of Thought era only to be suppressed in favor of the Legalists during the Qin dynasty. Following the victory of Han over Chu after the collapse of Qin, Confucius’s thoughts received official sanction and were further developed into a system known in the West as Neo-Confucianism, and later New Confucianism (Modern Neo-Confucianism).

Tibetan Culture Museum Showcases 618 meters long,the longest color painting in the world

Qinghai Tibet Cultural Museum is to collect, preserve, display, and research the culture of Tibetan Medicine,Tibetan traditional culture and history overall.

There is a famous Tibetan Art painting or Thangka on the second floor of the museum which is highlight of the Museum.  The initial preparations for the Great Thangka were made in 1980 by Mr. Tsong Sherabgyal, who began the rough sketch in 1990 and in 1996 began the actual painting of this Thangka. He invited over 400 Tibetan handicrafts men and artists from all over Tibet to participate in this enormous creation, and they worked for over four years to complete the Thangka.  The content of this giant painting includes Tibetan history, astrology, world formation, human creation, Tibetan Buddhism lineages, famous monasteries, temples, the story of Buddha, Tibetan Culture, the sciences of linguistics, technology, philosophy, poetry, rhetoric, and drama, the Tibetan architect Thangtong Gyelpo (Thang-stong-rgyal-po) ‘s condensed biography, a condensed version of the Tibetan epic ‘King Gesar’, Tibetan scenic and historical sites, seven wise ministers and seven strategic generals in Tibetan history, festivals and clothing, daily necessities, weapons, houses, tents, castles patterns including the eight auspicious symbols. etc. This is the largest Tibetan Thangka in the world with more than 618 meters long, 2.5 meters wide, and 1,000 kilograms in weight. It would take very long to go over all the details and exam of the painting contents.

WANGDA SHOWCASES customized,supplied and installed all the museum grade display cases|showcases|display cabinets|vitrines for Tibetan Culture Museum.The custom-made museum display case at 618 meters long for the longest color painting is the longest monomer-structured and curved display case in the world.

National Maritime Museum of China

WANGDA SHOWCASES customized all the museum grade display cases|showcases|display cabinets|vitrines for National Maritime Museum of China,the sole national-class maritime theme museum and also the largest maritime museum in China.Built with a total investment of three billion yuan (446.6 million U.S. dollars), the National Maritime Museum covers 300,000 square meters, and boast a collection showcasing ancient boats, fossils, maps, and rare animals.Equipped with some of the most innovative technologies, the museum also offers a historical review of China’s oceanography and the culture behind it.