WANGDA SHOWCASES won the museum showcase project for Khitan Museum of China

We are delighted to announce that according to the final report from the evaluation committee,  we are honored to win the museum showcase project for Section 3 of Khitan Museum of China. The project amount is totalled CNY 13,908,800.00 and WANGDA SHOWCASES will customize all the museum display cases in accordance with the highest international technology and quality criteria of dedicated museum showcases for all the 4 exhibition halls(Sun Khitan hall and historic culture hall in floor 2, hall of frescoes fine arts of  Liao Dynasty and hall of fine arts of Pagoda art in floor 3) ) for such a renowned historic museum to get the prosperous Khitan civilization reappeared to the public.

The Khitan people (Khitan small script: , Chinese: 契丹; pinyin: Qìdān) were a Para-Mongolic nomadic people from Northeast Asia who, from the 4th century, inhabited an area corresponding to parts of modern Mongolia, Northeast China and the Russian Far East.

The history of the Khitans dates back to the 4th century. The Khitan people dominated much of Mongolia and modern Manchuria (Northeast China) by the 10th century, under the Liao dynasty, and eventually collapsed by 1125 (or 1211).

Originally from Xianbei origins they were part of the Kumo Xi tribe until 388 when the Kumo Xi-Khitan tribal grouping was defeated by the newly established Northern Wei. This allowed the Khitan to organize and consolidate their own tribe and entity which led to the beginning of Khitan written history.[1]

From the 5th to the 8th centuries the Khitan were dominated by the steppe powers to their West the Turks and then the Uyghurs. The Chinese also came from the south (Northern dynasties or Tang). In some cases they were under Korean domination (from the East, mainly Goguryeo) according to the balance of power at any given time. Under this triple domination the Khitan started to show growing power and independence. Their rise was slow compared to others because they were frequently crushed by neighbouring powers—each using the Khitan warriors when needed but ready to crush them when the Khitans became too powerful.[2]

Enjoying the departure of the Uyghur people for the West and the collapse of the Tang dynasty in the early 10th century they established the Liao dynasty in 907. The Liao dynasty proved to be a significant power north of the Chinese plain as they were continuously moving south and West and gaining control over former Chinese and Turk-Uyghur’s territories. They eventually fell to the Jin dynasty of the Jurchen in 1125, who subordinated and absorbed the Khitans to their military benefit.[2]

Following the fall of the Liao Dynasty many Khitans moved further west and established the state of Qara Khitai. Their name survived in the Russian word for China (Китай, Kitay) as well as the archaic English (CathayPortuguese (Catai) and the Spanish (Catay) appellations of the name. They have been classified by Chinese historians as one of the Eastern proto-Mongolic ethnic groups – the Donghu (simplified Chinese东胡族traditional Chinese東胡族pinyinDōnghú zú).

 

 

Museum showcase contract for Saint Sergius of Radonezh in Moscow, Russia

WANGDA SHOWCASES is awarded with the contract of museum grade showcases for Saint Sergius of Radonezh in Moscow, Russia. With Anti-reflective glass as essential material, WANGDA SHOWCASES will customize superb museum grade display cases in compliance with the highest international technology and quality criteria of museum showcases professional for museum grade conservation, protection and exhibition.

Saint Sergius of Radonezh (RussianСе́ргий Ра́донежскийSergii Radonezhsky; 14 May 1314 – 25 September 1392), also known as Sergiy RadonezhskySerge of Radonezh and Sergius of Moscow, was a spiritual leader and monastic reformer of medieval Russia. Together with Saint Seraphim of Sarov, he is one of the Russian Orthodox Church‘s most highly venerated saints.

Sergius of Radonezh was a leading Russian monk in the fourteenth century who founded the Holy Trinity monastery north of Moscow. He is much revered and has a special place in Russian monasticism and the nation of Russia. An ascetic, he was deeply humble and had a firm faith in God’s help. After his glorification the monastery he founded became known as the Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra.

Hurghada Museum in Egypt, equipped with museum showcases by WANGDA SHOWCASES, opens to the Public

Equipped with high-standard museum showcases by WANGDA SHOWCASES, Hurghada Museum Opens to Public With Impressive Collection. Hurghada Museum is not only the first antiquities museum in al Bahr al Ahmar (Red Sea) Governorate, but also the first museum that is the result of a joint project between the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, al Bahr al Ahmar (Red Sea) Governorate, and the private sector.

The inauguration of the museum was attended by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled El Enani and head of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa Waziri.



The museum was constructed on 10,000 square meters in the heart of the city.The museum houses over 1,791 artefacts which are exhibited according to various themes such as the Islamic, Coptic, and royal periods, through an extensive collection of artifacts, sculptures and portraits in ancient Egypt. Additionally, more distinct items are exhibited, such as Coptic icons, a decorated case which encases the Torah scrolls, oil painting portraits, as well as a unique bust statue of queen Meritamun.Most of the items were taken from artifact storages from areas in the Red Sea area as well as from the rest of the country.






Changzhou Art Museum officially opened end June 2020

After 6 years of preparation, planning and construction, Changzhou Art Museum, a high-profile Art Museum in east of China officially opened to the public end June.

As the core of Changzhou Cultural Plaza, Changzhou Art Museum has a total area 20,000 square meters. All the exhibition halls are equipped with high-standard museum display cases customized by WANGDA SHOWCASES.

In view of the fact that most of the exhibits in the museum are long calligraphy and paintings which need to be hung against the wall or tiled horizontally for presentation display. For better exhibition effect with enhanced display effect, and for coordinating the spatial relationship between the exhibits and the exhibition hall, we mainly designed two types of museum display cabinets, i..e. wall-against showcases and look-down showcases. At the same time, for wall-against showcases, we designed overall height 4000mm in order to enhance visiting experience of visitors.

Delicate calligraphy and paintings are extremely sensitive to the exhibition environment so it requires preventive protection critically.WANGDA SHOWCASES selected first-quality raw materials and adopted high-precision processing to make showcases components be seamlessly connected in order to ensure the airtightness of the museum display cabinets. For different exhibits with various characteristics, we equipped our showcases with active micro-climate control system for relatively constant temperature and humidity range to balance the climate impact by external environment on internal display space of museum showcases. For achieving the optimal presentation and protection, for this project, we imported ERCO lighting system and selected imported low-reflective safety glass with SGP anti-bending film that effectively blocks 99.9% of ultraviolet rays.

 

WANGDA SHOWCASES finished on-site installation of museum showcases for Yushantang Museum, Ningbo University

WANGDA SHOWCASES customized high standard museum grade showcases/display cases/display cabinets for Yushantang Museum of Ningbo University and passed by the receipt inspection by the national-class museum experts after on-site installation was completed well.

 

Museum showcases for the exhibition gallery of Henan Provincial Government

WANGDA SHOWCASES finished on-site installation of customized museum display cases/museum showcases/museum display cabinets for the exhibition gallery of Henan Provincial Government and passed by the crtical receipt inspection by the professional experts from the provincial government.






WANGDA SHOWCASES won the museum showcase tender of Avalokitesvara Altar

WANGDA SHOWCASES won the first phase of showcase package for Avalokitesvara Altar and will provide it with world-leading high-end museum showcases in compliance with the first-class technical standards of the international museum showcase industry.

The construction of Avalokitesvara Altar started  in August 2015, and it has been completed and commissioned after four years. It covers an area of ​​about 380 acres and the building is styled with  “one master and two slaves” , with a height of 91.9 meters and a total building area 61900 square meters. The architectural design of the main building of Avalokitesvara Altar adheres to the design concept of “the altar just means Avalokitesvara”. The style combines traditional Chinese pavilion characteristics with modern high-rise building technology, integrates the great achievements of contemporary Buddhist art, and organically absorbs modern architectural elements. It is an architectural landmark and cultural landmark of the Avalokitesvara Cultural Park. The Avalokitesvara Altar is divided into nine layers according to its function, which fully demonstrates the spiritual connotation and times value of Avalokitesvara belief and Avalokitesvara culture to the believers.

The Avalokitesvara Altar is the only Buddhist building in the world to use the prototype of Buddhist statues as the architectural form and image. It is the the largest Buddhist building with dome in the world. It integrates religion, art, attending school, sightseeing, and promoting the law. It leads the trend of contemporary Buddhism and is compatible.

 

 

Newly-finished pretty museum display cases for Shaaxi History Museum

By virtue of plentiful production capacity and experienced installation teams, at the very beginning of 2020, 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.

WANGDA SHOWCASES officially returned to work and resumed production after “New Corona Virus Storm”

After the strictest examination and all-round inspection by our government, WANGDA SHOWCASES already officially returned to work and have the production resumed after the dangerous peak of Corona Virus Pneumonia died away. We are lucky to announce that so far Jinghai District of Tianjin is zero-infection and staff of WANGDA SHOWCASES is zero-infection. To be responsible for all of our staff and for all of our clients, we will continue to strictly strengthen personal safegard and keep complete daily sterilization for everything and everywhere including each production facility, each showcase material, each package material, and each finished museum showcase and so on.

Here, on behalf of all the staff of WANGDA SHOWCASES, we express our deep condolences to all the lost lives because of the Corona Virus Pneumonia !

Here, on behalf of all the people who suffered the disaster, we express our sincere thanks for the selfless support, encouragement and help from all the friendly countries !

Here, on behalf of all the staff of WANGDA SHOWCASES, we express our firm determination to continue to keep our staff zero-infection and keep all of our supply competely free from any possible danger !

Here, on behalf of all the Chinese, we would like to loudly say that we Chinese are not Virus creaters and none real Chinese likes the disaster to occur, and Chinese are also the innocent sufferer !

Here, on behalf of all the Chinese, we express the full confidence of our country and our people to thoroughly defeat the evil Corona Virus, the common enemy of the human beings !

“Mankind is a community of destiny”, it’s our common mission and responsibility to well protect and inherit the cultural heritage of the human beings.It’s our pleasure that we are one of the important chains of the cultural heritage protection but we will never take it as a tool for taking unreasonable huge profit and it’s just our great honor to sharing our latest museum showcase technologies and services at reasonable cost with global museums.

WANGDA SHOWCASE, as a conscientious, responsible and qualified manufacturer of museum grade showcases|display cases|display cabinets, will continue our ambition to make our contribution to optimized protection,conservation and inheritance of historical and cultural heritage of all the countries by supplying worldwide museums with cost-competitive but high-standard museum display cases|museum showcases|museum display cabinets in line with the Germany quality and technical standards.

 

WANGDA SHOWCASES won museum showcase project for Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage

WANGDA SHOWCASES is awarded with the museum showcase contract for Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage to custom-build 61 no.s multi-function museum display cases/museum showcases/museum display cabinets.WANGDA SHOWCASES will custom-design and construct all the museum display cases in line with the highest international quality and technology levels.

Directly under the State Administration of Cultural Heritage Chinese, Academy of Cultural Heritage is a scientific and technological research institution for protecting cultural heritage. Its predecessor dates back to the “Administration Committee for Cultural Relics in Old Cities ” which was established in 1935 and then it was renamed “Beijing Cultural Relics Arrangement Committee” in 1949. It was the first professional organization of cultural relics protection organized and managed by the central government in New China.In 1973 it was renamed the “Institute of Science and Technology for the Protection of Cultural Relics”; and in 1990 it merged with the Ministry of Culture’s Ancient Documents Research Office to become the China Cultural Relics Research Institute.In August 2007 it was renamed the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage.