Pursuing Eternity: Conservation of Museum Collections in China
May 18, 2021 - August 17, 2021 9:00 - 17:00 (closed on Mondays) Room B, F1
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Foreword


A towering tree must have its roots; the river that flows from the mountain must have its source. The roots of every nation lie in its history and culture, and these roots are passed down to us through cultural heritage. China is a country of great creativity, and since ancient times, countless Chinese inventions and creations have lit up the vast starry sky of human civilization, leaving behind a large number of precious cultural heritage. Our long history has bestowed us with many national treasures that shed light on the origin of Chinese civilization and the characteristics of Chinese culture. They are the manifestation of the great contributions Chinese civilization has made to the world. They reflect the cultural code and the source of strength that has led China to prosperity. 


However, the Earth is generous to offer such treasures, but many survive now as mere fragments that can only hint at their former glory. According to statistics, by the end of 2019, a total of 108 million pieces (sets) of movable cultural heritage had been unearthed or handed down in China. During the passage of time, many of those heritage were damaged at varying degrees. Only by urgent conservation and restoration, can they be passed down to the later generations.

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