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Launched by the T上海后花园raditional Chinese Culture Research Center at Renmin University, a group of experts in archa

eology, history and cultural promotion went to Jingbian county上海后花园

in Northwest China’s Shanxi province from June 16 to 19 to discover and study ma

上海后花园terial remains in the ruins of ancient Yangzhou city, with a history that may date back over 2,300 years.

According to Ji Yingming, deputy secretary-general of the center, over 700 Neolithic s

上海后花园ites are scattered across the area in and around Jingbian county. That’s why he initiated the trip and held a sym

posium in an effort to trace the origins of Chinese civilization.To bring historical sites closer to the public and spa

rk widespread interest in delving into the long course of Chinese history, Ji livestreamed his journey to Jingbian cou

上海后花园nty via online platforms such as Yizhibo. He also plans to livestream visits to other important sites, including the Liangzhu Neolithic ruins in Zhejiang pro

vince, the Dadiwan historical site of Qin’an in Gansu province, and the Banpo Neolithic relic site in Shaanxi province.

“As one of the descendants of the Yellow emperor, I feel a s品茶微信trong sense of responsibility to untangle the complex information about how the country and the

people evolved through the long course of history,” says Ji, who has traveled around China twice to study folklo

re and material remains of ancient times.The 13th Inner Mongolia Art Exhibition opened in Hohhot, capital city of North China’s Inner Mongolia au上海后花园品茶微信

tonomous region, on Thursday. Featuring nearly 400 pieces of traditional Chinese paintings, oil works, pri

nts and sculptures, the show demonstrates the impact made by artists on Inner Mongolian culture.

Picasso is known to the world as an audacious art giant of the 20th century, but only few know him as a writer.

However, an ongoing exhibition titled “Picasso, Esr上海后花园品茶微信itor’ (Writer Picasso) at the Cervantes Institute in B

eijing through September, offers the public a chance to know that the Spanish genius who changed the world of art was also a poet.

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