In June this year, Chengdu Jinsha Site Museum and Chongqing Dazu Rock Carving Research Institute signed a Memorandum on Academic and Cultural Exchange, officially joining hands to build a Bashu cultural tourism corridor
On July 9, Hu Kaiquan, a member of the Chinese Society of Ming Dynasty History, arrived at the excavation and archaeological station of Jiangkou Sinking Silver Site, Pengshan, Sichuan, to exchange the latest research on the historical artefacts from the 13 generations of Shu kings of Ming Dynasty with the team engaged in the archaeological excavation here
Photo taken on Nov 26, 2019 shows a sculpture of Greek female displayed during an Italian cultural relic exhibition at the Sichuan Museum in Chengdu, capital of southwest China& 039;s Sichuan Province An exhibition displaying 134 cultural relics from the Paestum ruins in Italy kicked off at the Sichuan Museum on Tuesday The exhibition will last till Feb 26, 2020
In a workshop around 20 km from downtown Tianjin, 85-year-old Wang Xueqin takes out a woodblock and brushes ink on the board before he places rice paper onto it and rubs the surface with a special tool.
The COVID-19 outbreak has an unexpected silver lining. It has enabled China to strengthen the integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine. It has encouraged the entire process of deep intervention and diagnosis and treatment of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
As on March 14, 61,518 COVID-19 patients have been confirmed while 9,751 cases have been diagnosed outside China. On March 13, WHO secretary-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reported that corona-virus outbreak has taken a turn for the worse in Europe and the number of confirmed cases and deaths is now more than that of other countries and regions outside China.