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Welcome to english.eastday.com.Today isCONTACT US│BIG5│中文版│日本語│美国站│加拿大站│OLD VERSIONFollow us @Contribute to us!LatestShanghaiBusinessCultureChinaWorldPicturesTopicsLifeServicesHomeautoArticleShipwreck gives up its porcelain secretsFrom:ChinaDaily   |  2021-04-14 11:33An exhibition featuring the underwater cultural heritage of the South China Sea is underway in Qingdao, Shandong province. Co-organized by the Qingdao Museum and the Hainan Museum, the exhibition will run through June 6, presenting visitors with more than 200 cultural relics. Qingdao is the second stop of the exhibition, following Dunhuang, Gansu province. According to organizers, the highlights of the exhibition are the relics from Huaguangjiao No 1, 800 years old, which was discovered deep in the South China Sea in 1996. The ship, from the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) was discovered by fishermen. More than 10,000 porcelain objects and 511 plates were excavated from the vessel between 1998 and 2008. The ship and its cultural relics reveal Chinas trade with foreign countries along the ancient Maritime Silk Road.SharebShare.addEntry({url:http://english.eastday.com/eastday/eastday2015/China/auto/u1ai8707040.html,title:Shipwreck gives up its porcelain secrets,summary:An exhibition featuring the underwater cultural heritage of the South China Sea is underway in Qingdao, Shandong province. Co-organized by the Qingdao Museum and the Hainan Museum, the exhibition will run through June 6, presenting visitors with more than 200 cultural relics. Qingdao is the second stop of the exhibition, following Dunhuang, Gansu province. According to organizers, the highlights of the exhibition are the relics from Huaguangjiao No 1, 800 years old, which was discovered deep in the South China Sea in 1996. The ship, from the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) was discovered by fishermen. More than 10,000 porcelain objects and 511 plates were excavated from the vessel between 1998 and 2008. The ship and its cultural relics reveal Chinas trade with foreign countries along the ancient Maritime Silk Road.});About EastdayStatementSite MapAdvertisingCooperationContact UsCopyright @ English.Eastday.Comvar _bdhmProtocol = ((“https:” == document.location.protocol) ? ” https://” : ” http://”);
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