A Special Exhibition of Cultural Relics from Hubei Province Opens in India
On the afternoon of November 13th in New Delhi, India, the Ritual Vessels and Musical Instruments of Ancient China: A Special Exhibition of Cultural Relics from Hubei Province, as well as a photo exhibition of cultural tourism in Hubei grandly opened at the National Museum, New Delhi.Present at the opening ceremony were Sun Weidong, Chinese Ambassador to India, Lei Wenjie, Secretary of Party Leadership Group & Director General of Hubei Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, Wan Quanwen, Party Secretary & Executive Deputy-Director of Hubei Provincial Museum, Shri Raghavendra Singh, Chief Executive Officer, Development of Museums and Cultural Spaces, Ministry of Culture & Director General of National Museum, New Delhi, Subrata Nath, Additional Director Generalof National Museum, New Delhi and other distinguished guests.
They also delivered speeches at the event which was attended by more than 700 people from the culture and tourism department and all walks of life in India. 100 exhibits have been chosen by experts from the Hubei Provincial Museum and National Museum, New Delhi, and one fifth of them are national first-grade cultural relics, which mainly consist of bronze vessels unearthed in Hubei, displaying the brilliance of ritual music culture and bronze art of ancient China.This marks the first time that a Chinese provincial museum has hosted a special exhibition of cultural relics at the National Museum, New Delhi. The cultural relic exhibition and photo exhibition will last till mid-January 2020.