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Clean and Elegant – Five Famous Kilns in Song Dynasty

The Song Dynasty was the first prosperous period for Chinese porcelain.

Venue: Multifunction Room, F4, Shijingshan District Cultural Center, Beijing

Limit: 50 people

Date: 19:00 - 20:30, April 30, 2021

Celadon in Southern China and White Porcelain in Northern China – Yue Kiln and Xing Kiln in the Tang Dynasty

Mature celadon was first produced in the Han Dynasty and developed in the Three Kingdoms Period, the Jin Dynasty and the North and South Dynasties, and reached the peak of ancient celadon firing in the Yue Kiln in the Tang Dynasty.

Venue: Multifunction Room, F4, Shijingshan District Cultural Center, Beijing

Limit: 50 people

Date: 19:00 - 20:30, April 23, 2021

Emergence of Ancient Chinese Porcelain and Development of Primitive Celadon

Primitive celadon was the earliest porcelain in China and even the world.

Venue: Multifunction Room, F4, Shijingshan District Cultural Center, Beijing

Limit: 50 people

Date: 19:00-20:30, April 16, 2021

Experiencing Chain Stitch Embroidery

The activity"Experiencing Chain Stitch Embroidery," designed for adults and located at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Experience Space, will allow participants to observe the exhibits"straw plaited box with brocade trimmings and silk embroideries" and"coffin cover with brocade trimmings and silk embroideries."

Venue: Intangible Cultural Heritage Experience Space (formerly the Pottery Workshop), B1

Limit: 10 people

Date: May 18, 2021 18:00 - 19:30

Great Spirit of a Master of Beijing Opera: In Commemoration of the 120th Anniversary of Ma Lianliang's Birth

Ma Lianliang made historic contributions to Peking opera's development, shaping many classic opera figures with his crisp and clear voice and natural and unrestrained looks.

Venue: B1, Room M, Capital Museum

Limit:

Date: Dec. 22, 2020-May 23, 2021

Historic Buildings Along the Central Axis of Beijing

This lecture will have four parts introducing historic buildings along the Central Axis of Beijing from south to north and their cultural characteristics.

Venue: B1, Multifunctional Room, Capital Museum

Limit: 120 people

Date: October 31, 2020 18:00-19:30

Connotation Exploration, Revitalization and Utilization of Zhengyang Culture

Zhengyangmen Gate, better known today by its colloquial name Qianmen Gate, was originally named Lizhengmen Gate and is considered the National Gate of the ancient capital of three dynasties.

Venue: B1, Multifunction Room, Capital Museum

Limit: 120 people

Date: October 25, 2020 18:00-19:30

Lecture on Exploring the Central Axis of Beijing

Praised as the spirit of Beijing, the Central Axis of Beijing is the best embodiment of traditional Chinese culture and represents the most impressive achievement in planning and construction by ancient Chinese civilization.

Venue: B1, Multifunction Room, Capital Museum

Limit: 120 people

Date: September 12 18:00-19:30

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