The First Round of the Special Exhibition of Tang Dynasty Frescoes in Universities in Taiwan Comes to a Grand Close
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The First Round of the Special Exhibition of Tang Dynasty Frescoes in Universities in Taiwan Comes to a Grand Close
发布时间:2021-02-15 16:21

  From September 2020 to January 2021, The First Round of the Special Exhibition of Tang Dynasty Frescoes in Universities in Taiwan jointly organized by CSCLF, Shaanxi Cultural Heritage Communication Association and Taiwan Hanwei Association for the Promotion of Chinese Culture, was held in National Taiwan Normal University, National Chung Hsing University, and Chung Yuan Christian University. The Exhibition came to a grand close in Chung Yuan Christian University on 25 January, 2021.

 

  Cross-straits online opening ceremony was held

  Affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the opening ceremony of the exhibition in three universities was held online, with the participation of more than 200 guests on both sides of the Straits.

  The online opening ceremony of the first exhibition in National Taiwan Normal University was held. The photo is taken on the scene of the opening ceremony in Xi'an

  The online opening ceremony of the first exhibition in National Taiwan Normal University was held. The photo is taken on the scene of the opening ceremony in Taipei.

  

  Opening Ceremony of the Exhibition in National Chung Hsing University

 

  Exhibiting the Prosperity of Tang Dynasty through Frescoes

  The special exhibition, with the theme of "Tang Dynasty fresco culture", exhibited the HD digital prints of nearly 50 pieces of Tang Dynasty frescoes recognized as national treasures. These works helps people to better understand the art and culture of Tang Dynasty, covering architecture, costumes, sports and social activities.

 

  A variety of activities were held to enrich the experience of visitors

  A variety of activities were held during the exhibition, including online lectures, puzzle games, and photo-shooting in Tang Dynasty costumes.

  

  Visitors on and off campus were attracted to the exhibition

  

  Copying Tang Dynasty frescoes

  

  University students from Taiwan attending online lectures given by experts from Shaanxi

  

  National Chung Hsing University organized visits at night

 

  The special exhibition won positive media and public response on both sides of the Straits

  The special exhibition was well received by both the media and the public from the mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong. More than 60 media platforms published more than 100 reports to cover the event.

  The four-month tour exhibition received positive feedback from Taiwan. Visitors left notes to expressed their appreciation.

  

  

  Media reports and notes left by visitors

  (Source: Department of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs)

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