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China National 上海千花坊女神会所Post and Postage Stamp Museum to the public,
which I think represents a high standard for stamp exhibitions,” Ma adds.
ration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of New China, anothe r special exhibition at the Wuhan event displayed over 4,000 commemorative stamp
s released in China over the past 70 years, includi
ng those jointly issued by China and foreign countries. “Chinese stamps have prospered especially during the 40 years since the reform and opening-up star
ted, “Li Jinzhu, a fellow of the All-China Philatel
ic Federation, says. “Chinese stamps have begun to participate in inte national cooperation. So far China has jointly issued stamps with nearly 40 countries.”
The design scripts of the biggest set of stamps in China’s history, Unity o
f All Ethn
ic Groups in China, were also on display. The set had been issued at the 50th a nniversary of the founding of New China and includes 56 stamps, each depicting an ethnic group.
World-renowned architect Ieoh Ming Pei, commonly known as I.M. Pei,
has died at the age of 102 at his home in Manhat
tan, according to multiple reports on Thursday. Praised as “one of the most revered architects in the world” by The New York Times, Pei has le
ft the wo
rld many of its most well-known architectural designs, among many other intangible heritages. Pei’s modern designs and high-profile projects led him to be considered one of the most high-prof
ile architects of the 20th century, with the reno
vation of Paris’ Louvre Museum perhaps the most famo us project he embarked on. He was also involved in the building of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
ei valued most in architecture, as he put it, was that it must “stand th e test of time”. He also valued simplicity: “The simpler the solution, the more powerful it is,” he once said.
April 8 and was succeeded by Wang, former director of the Dunhuang Academy.
Shan is well known for his innovative changes
to the Palace Museu m, such as the introduction of a light show during the Lantern Festival.
By the end of 2018 over 80 percent of the Forbidden City had opened to visitors, compared with only 52 percent in 2014.
The Palace Museum established the Palace Museum Resea
rch Institute in Nove mber 2013 as an unincorporated organization for scholarly inquiry and exchange.
itute includes Palace Museum Institute researchers, scholars in the Palace Museum, and oth er Chinese and international scholars, all coming together in an atmosphere of open scholarly exchange.
With a sustainable approach, the academ
y seeks to lead in scholarly developme nt, formulate research strategies, evaluate scholarly writings, realize Palace Museum research goals, tra
in talent, publish quality material, and conduct international academic exchange.