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'Exploring Ancient E-Town' exhibition unveiled

Updated: 2023-11-24

On Nov 13, "Exploring Ancient E-Town", an E-Town New Area Cultural Heritage Investigation and Archaeological Achievements Exhibition, opened in Dazu Square in Beijing E-Town.

In mid-January of this year, the "Exploring Ancient E-Town" exhibition was held at the district museum of Beijing E-Town, with over a hundred images allowing the public to gain a more intuitive understanding of the historical development of the area. 


A view of the exhibition [Photo/beijingetown.com.cn]

The exhibition, having opened in November, continues on from the excitement of an exhibition held at the beginning of the year, preserving all six units of Nanyuan Stories, Canal Branch, Religious Survivor, Red Gene, Historical Mark, and Archaeological New Knowledge, and incorporating more popular science elements and interactive activities, achieving a combination of dynamic and quiet, listening and seeing, learning and fun.

At the exhibition site, various cultural relics and pictures are on display. From relics related to Nanhazi from the Liao, Jin, Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties to the ancient and modern style of Liangshui River, from religious relics dating to the Liao and Jin dynasties to the martyr memorial displays of the War of Resistance against Japan, as well as numerous temples, Taoist temples, and ancestral altars, there’s something for everyone. 


A view of the exhibition [Photo/beijingetown.com.cn]

These cultural relics, in the form of pictures, span thousands of years, presenting the magnificence of China's history. The audience expressed that the exhibition allowed them to feel the profoundness of E-Town civilization.

With a combination of pictures and text, the exhibition is easy to understand; utilizing various forms, it successfully combines education and entertainment. 

In addition to displaying pictures of cultural relics, the tour exhibition is supplemented with a large amount of text, allowing visitors to gain a deeper understanding of the historical stories and cultural connotations behind the cultural relics while appreciating their beauty. 

In order to encourage audience participation, the tour exhibition also set up the "E-Town Exploration" cultural relic knowledge competition and the "E-Town Memory" prize collection. 

By scanning QR codes, the audience can immerse themselves in the unique charm of E-Town's cultural relics while learning and participating, achieving the transmission of cultural value.