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作品番号
112507353
タイトル
Exhibition in Beijing shows China's efforts in retrieving lost cultural relics
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動画:CCTV+/アフロ
日付
2019年9月17日
コンテンツカテゴリー
ニュース
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RM(ライツマネージド)
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H264
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29.97 fps
長さ
127.96 秒
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Hundreds of China's retrieved cultural relics are displayed in Beijing beginning Tuesday, which have gone through a hard way coming home according to expert.

Some 600 objects are on display at the National Museum of China, including a wide range of relics that have been returned from overseas since 1949, and have now put on display in celebration of China's 70th birthday.

The most recent repatriation occurred in August when eight bronze objects from China's Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC) were returned from Japan.

Such repatriation cases have become more frequent in recent years and they are important references for similar cases in other countries. According to officials, cooperation between different departments have played key role in the repatriation.

"We have made a lot of new progress in the repatriation of ancient cultural relics, especially since the 18th CPC National Congress. You may have noticed the return of ancient silver ware, the return of more than 700 artifacts from Italy, the three batches of relics returned from the United States, as well as the relics recently retrieved from Japan. All those are achievements from the collaborations between our cultural relics department and diplomatic services and customs," said Guan Qiang, deputy head of National Cultural Heritage Administration.

Much effort has been taken to repatriate lost cultural relics since the earliest years of New China. More than 150,000 Chinese relics have been returned in 300 separate cases since 1949, according to the National Cultural Heritage Administration.

Guan said the exhibition was held to demonstrate China’s steps towards today’s prosperity.

"Our primary purpose is to celebrate the 70th anniversary of our great motherland, and more importantly, we have divided our exhibition into three modules, mainly to demonstrate the process that China goes from achieving liberation, getting prosperous and becoming a major power, " he said.

The exhibition runs till late November at the National Museum of China. Some pieces, like paper-based artworks, will only be displayed for a month due to the fragility of the items.
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Beijing, China - Sept 17, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of cultural relics on display
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Guan Qiang, deputy head, National Cultural Heritage Administration (partially overlaid with shot 3):
"We have made a lot of new progress in the repatriation of ancient cultural relics, especially since the 18th CPC National Congress. You may have noticed the return of ancient silver ware, the return of more than 700 artifacts from Italy, the three batches of relics returned from the U.S., as well as the relics recently retrieved from Japan. All those are achievements from the collaborations between our cultural relics department and diplomacy and customs."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
3. Various of bronze ware on display
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
4. Various of paintings, calligraphy work on display
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Guan Qiang, deputy head, National Cultural Heritage Administration:
"Our primary purpose is to celebrate the 70th anniversary of our great motherland, and more importantly, we have divided our exhibition into three modules, mainly to demonstrate the process that China went from achieving liberation to getting prosperous and becoming a major power. "
6. Various of paintings on display
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