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Lecture: A Country on Horseback and the Agricultural Countries

Steppe peoples lived along rivers with the company of horses and carriages. Their states moved with their homes. Their brave and battle-hardened cavalries posed a threat to the Central Plains dynasties. But some of them suddenly faded away in their heyday due to their inability to withstand natural disasters

Venue: The Multimedia Audio-Visual Room at the first floor of the Oval Hall

Limit: 90 people

Date: November 16, 2018

Lecture: Shenyang Imperial Palace and Its Qing Treasures

The exhibition on daily necessities of Qing Dynasty from Shengjing with the theme on Shenyang Imperial Palace.

Venue: The Multimedia Audio-Visual Room on the first floor of the Oval Hall

Limit: 90 people

Date: October 23, 2018

Lecture on the Gold and Silver Wares of Liao and Exhibition on the Five Capital Cities of Liao

To support the “Five Capital Cities of Liao -- the Exhibition of Archaeological Discovery in Inner Mongolia and 1,080th Anniversary of the establishment of Nanjing,” the Capital Museum offers you a new lecture.

Venue: The Glorious Beijing Video Hall at the first floor of the Oval Hall

Limit: 90 people

Date: September 26, 2018

Lecture: Humanism of Italian Renaissance

Humanism of Italian Renaissance

Venue: Multifunction Room, B1

Limit: 200 people

Date: May 19, 2018

Lecture: Exploration of Ancient Civilizations and Mysterious Areas on the Plateau

Exploration of Ancient Civilizations and Mysterious Areas on the Plateau

Venue: Multifunction Room, B1

Limit: 200 people

Date: April 21, 2018

Lecture: Tibetan Historical Contribution to the Formation of a Pluralistic and Integrated Country

The objective of the exhibition "The Culture of Sky Road -- Exhibition of Tibetan History and Culture": Starting from cultural exchanges, it describes the cultural identity and interdependence that Tibet has gradually generated in regard to the Chinese hinterland in the process of historic and cultural development, moving on to consider the political national identity.

Venue: Multifunction Room, B1

Limit: 200 people

Date: April 1, 2018

Pouch in the Quadrangle Courtyards

Apart from keeping fish, fish tanks can also be used to plant lotus. Speaking of lotus, pouch (often made in the shape of lotus) was served as a token of love from a woman to man for ancient lovers.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people

Date: October 7, 2017

Embroidery in Quadrangle Courtyard

Boudoir is a special space in courtyards lived in by unwed woman. We know that they sleep here, practice needlework, read and learn etiquette here. But do you know what else they did in the boudoir? Let's learn more in the "Reading the City" Hall.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people

Date: October 6, 2017

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