Exquisite works witness Wuhan s development
The Wuhan Revolutionary Museum and Changjiang Daily Press Group colaunched an event to collect articles and historical materials to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Wuhan's reform and opening up. Those articles and historical materials will be displayed on the exhibition "Wuhan's Achievements of Reform and Opening Up."
According to the event's organizer, the materials include photos, files, and audio and video recordings. All of them serve as witnesses to the history and development of Wuhan.
Li Jian, the representative inheritor of Han Embroidery in Wuhan, came to Changjiang Daily Press Group and brought with him five masterpieces made by his team. They are "Dragon King Temple," "Wuhan Customs House Museum," "Qingchuan Pavilion," "Yellow Crane Tower," and "Wuhan Science and Technology Museum." The team spent more than two months completing them.
"Han embroidery is the essence of our local cultural heritage. It embodies exquisite craftsmanship of these traditional artisans. We want to show the past and present of Wuhan. Through comparison, we'll realize that its development has been very fast," Li said. "And it's still developing and is different every day."
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"Hankou Customs House Museum"
"Dragon King Temple"
"Yellow Crane Tower"