Online exhibition: Explore the 5000-year-old Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City in China

01/01/2021

Liangzhu is a historic name. While whisking off the dust of 5000-year history and appreciating this ancient site, the cradle of early human civilization, we can see fascinating waters, soft jade wares, and glory of human wisdom. In 2019, Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City, located in Zhejiang province, was put on the World Heritage List as a cultural site.

“The Waterborne Kingdom — Online Exhibition of Liangzhu Civilization” has four major exhibition halls. It comprehensively demonstrates different aspects such as cultural characteristics, structures of the royal palace, jade relics and derived audio-visual art. By leveraging advanced interactive technologies, the online exhibition restores the Liangzhu Royal Palace through animation and embedded videos, creating an immersive experience that will bring people back to Liangzhu period.

To see the exhibition click HERE or scan the QR code

 

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