On May 27, the Bronze Civilization Exhibition of Southwest China opened at the Jinsha Site Museum in Chengdu, coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative.
The exhibition brings together 294 pieces (sets) of fine cultural relics represented by bronzes from 32 cultural museums in southwest China from the pre-Qin and Han period, which is the largest bronze civilization special exhibition in southwest China, with the largest number of exhibits and the highest cultural relics level.
The exhibition shows the social landscape, religious beliefs, artistic aesthetics and historical epitome of harmonious integration in the Southwest China.
At the same time, the exhibition brings more than 800 themed cultural and creative products from multiple museums in Jinsha, so that the visitors can not only watch the exhibition, but also gain a bronze cultural experience that can be taken home.
Furthermore, the exhibition will also launch a bilingual WeChat guide in Chinese and English to welcome the upcoming 31st Summer Universiade in Chengdu.
The exhibition will run from May 27 to August 27.