CULTURE Museums thrive in China, gaining an increasing number of visitors

CULTURE

Museums thrive in China, gaining an increasing number of visitors

People's Daily Overseas Edition

14:43, December 31, 2020

High school students in Huaibei, east China’s Anhui province, attend a special history and art class in a museum. (People’s Daily Online/ Yu Jinlong)

An exhibition of the Grand Canal, a vast waterway built more than 2,500 years ago in China, is held at the National Museum of China. Comprising a multitude of digital images and videos and interactive activities, the exhibition shows visitors the history, functions, and management of the Grand Canal, as well as the engineering technologies and intangible cultural heritage related to the great project. (People’s Daily Online/Du Jianpo)

Chongqing Natural History Museum in southwest China’s Chongqing municipality launches regular night activities to enable more citizens to visit the museum during the country’s National Day holiday, extending the opening hours of its six permanent exhibition halls to 21:00. (People’s Daily Online/Qin Tingfu)

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