Museum Display Cases Project for Qi Heritage Museum

Wangda successfully won the tender of museum display cases|museum showcases|museum display cabinets|museum vitrines project for Qi Dynasty Heritage Museum to design,produce and install all the high-end custom museum grade display cases for all the galleries.

Qi was a state of the Zhou dynasty-era in ancient China, variously reckoned as a marchduchy, and independent kingdom. Its capital was Yingqiu, located within present-day Linzi in Shandong.

Qi was founded shortly after the Zhou overthrow of Shang in the 11th century bc. Its first marquis was Jiang Ziyaminister of King Wen and a legendary figure in Chinese culture. His family ruled Qi for several centuries before it was replaced by the Tian family in 386 bc.[1] In 221 bc, Qi was the final major state annexed by Qin during its unification of China.

Qi Culture (1045 BC — 221 BC ), one of the Chinese excellent traditional cultures, evolved and developed mainly in the territory of the State of Qi during the late Spring and Autumn period. It embraces the vast area between Mount Tai in the south and the Yellow Sea in the east, including today’s north and middle areas of Shandong Province and Shandong Peninsula area.

Qi Culture was characterized by advocating reform and opening up, pragmatic innovation and to win by wisdom. State of Qi and ancient Greece, two shining pearls in the Oriental civilization and Western civilization respectively, showed their glories roughly in the same time period in the human history. Linzi has been famous for eight hundred years in Chinese history as the ancient capital of Qi and the birthplace of Qi Culture. From Zhou Dynasties to Han Dynasties, Linzi serves as China’s largest commercial and industrial city and China’s most important center of metallurgy, textile, chariots, pottery, lacquer, and bronze mirror casting as well as the largest distribution center for sea salt and silk, therefore got the name as Oriental ancient Rome.