Ex­quis­ite works wit­ness Wuhan s de­vel­op­ment

Changjiang Weekly - - CONTENTS -

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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"Qingchuan Pavil­ion"

"Hankou Cus­toms House Mu­seum"

"Dragon King Tem­ple"

"Yel­low Crane Tower"

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