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Exhibit brings back memories of maritime commerce
From:ChinaDaily  Writer:  Date:2014-04-30
An exhibition of cultural relics preserved from the Maritime Silk Road kicked off in Beijing on April 24.
 
Li Xiaojie, vice cultural minister and head of SACH, Xu Gang, vice governor of Fujian province, and Vice Foreign Minister Li Baodong attended the opening ceremony on Thursday.
 
The exhibition, which will last for two months at Capital Museum, is a display of more than 240 pieces of antiques and cultural relics, such as china ware, silks and spices provided from 51 museums across the country, and is a look back on how Chinese worked their way out in the ocean and engaged in trade activities and communications with the world.
 
The exhibition was co-organized by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH), and the governments of Fujian and Beijing.
 
Li Xiaojie, vice cultural minister and head of SACH, Xu Gang, vice governor of Fujian province, and Vice Foreign Minister Li Baodong attended the opening ceremony on Thursday.
 
Today’s Chinese are responsible for passing on historic facts and the wisdom of their predecessors to the next generation, and drawing experiences from the past, Li said.


 
 
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