The 12 episodes of the television documentary on China Central Television (CCTV), Channel 1 is from January 12 and January 23 is CCTV Vice Feng Gao said Wednesday.
A documentary entitled The Palace Museum in Taipei will tell you why we have two museums of the Palais – one located in Beijing, the other in Taipei.
Before 1925, the palace is the Museum of the Forbidden City, Imperial Palace of Ming and Qing was known. When Pu Yi, last emperor of the dynasty Qing (1644-1840), the red walls, the largest museum in China leading up there.
In 1933, shortly before the outbreak of World War II, the authorities decided to let the fund’s Palace Museum collection, rather than draining into the hands of the enemy.
Over the 32 years that followed, the most important parts of the collection of the museum, packed and shipped to Shanghai, Nanjing, Sichuan Province, then in Taiwan.
The large collection of royal treasure house of ancient art, a National Palace Museum in Taipei was built in 1965. National Palace Museum was then informally known as the Palace Museum in Taipei. Millions of visitors at home and abroad, the museum was. However, all of the stories behind them became public only rarely.
The Palace Museum in Taipei is the first documentary that captures the adventurous journey. In the film, not just the public with valuable antiques in the Palace Museum in Taipei will show conditions, but the spirit of conservation should be suspended, the documentary filmmaker Zhou Bing.
During the wars of the past century, researchers have made great efforts to protect the cultural treasures of China and not stop their research, despite the miserable conditions. They have a perfect example for us to preserve the Chinese cultural heritage. And I hope that our work can be a part of the protection of traditional culture we are, said Zhu Bing.
Apart from a new documentary – The Palace Museum – which was the first time in the air for CCTV in 2005, this new context, the audience is half of its history Palace Museum, said Gao Feng.
Unless they lost to two museums in Beijing and Taipei, and many other cultural relics of the Palace Museum houses or stolen from foreign countries since the mid-19th century to early 20th century. One day, when we have another one documentary on the late part of the overseas Chinese relics, we will be able to proclaim proudly that we are entirely the work of collecting the whole history of the Palace Museum in TV programs.