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The exhibition of "The Tea Road"

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On March 19th, 2016, the opening ceremony of “The Tea Road” was held in Gansu Provincial Museum. There are eight exhibitors Yunnan Provincial Museum, Sichuan Museum, Xizang Museum, Gansu Provincial Museum, Qinghai Provincial Museum, The Museum of Guangxi zhuang Autonomous Region, Inner Mongolia Museum, Shanxi History Museum.
  The Tea Road started to take shape more than 2000years ago in Qin and Han Dynasties, and became a main route for transportation, trade and cultural exchange, in Tang and Song Dynasties. Based on what is now the Yunnan-Tibet, Sichuan-Tibet, Qinghai-Tibet, and Yunnan-Guangxi     Routes, the Tea Road connected with the historic overland Silk Road and the maritime Silk Road and formulated a complete transportation network on the plateau Central Asia. The Tea Road and the even earlier Southern Silk Road together formulated a cultural exchange zone on the northwest and southwest plateaus in China .Together with the central plains of China ,they constituted the majesty and prosperity of the ancient China .The Tea Road and vast areas in West China that are inhabited by diverse ethnic minority groups and promoted the transmission and the blend of different ethnic culture, making significant contribution to the formation of China as a unified multi-ethnic country.

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Crescent Stone Knife

Stone Knife with Bone Handle


Silver Chip Ornament


Gold Lacquered Wood Sitting Buddha Statue of Theravada Buddhism


Copper Gilded Gold Leontiasis Bulmo Statue








Silver Bodied Copper Tea Pot


Cloisonne Pot

Lacquered Container 

Blue-and white Vault- of heaven Vases Patterned with Twisting Bough and Flower

Sliver Red-crowned Crane

Famille Rose Tsampa Container

Green Porcelain Bowl with Twisting Branches And Flower Pattern



Colored Drawing Horse-riding Male Figurine


Colorfully Glazed Standing Pottery Figurine 

Copper Dancing Figure 

Woollen Triangle Ornaments for Horse’s Forehead

Bos grunniens


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