The first batch of donated cultural relics into the National Museum of the South China Sea 霍金hawking

The first donation to Tibet in South China Sea Museum – Beijing newspaper in Beijing on 17 September, (reporter Wang Jue) "the first donation to Tibet, marking the National Museum of the South China Sea collection collection work has taken a solid and effective step. Up to now, there are 10 people donated a collection of more than 70 thousand, there are 5 units donated or intention to donate the collection of more than 1 thousand." The day before, at the National Museum of the South China Sea the first batch of cultural relics in Tibet donation ceremony, Hainan Province Cultural Publishing radio sports director Ding Hui said. On the same day, by the Hainan Provincial Cultural Broadcasting Publishing sports hall, people.com.cn sponsored the "South China Sea — the National Museum of the South China Sea about" the first batch of cultural relics donated to Tibet ceremony and press conference "in the people’s daily new media building held. The event held the first batch of precious cultural relics donated to Tibet ceremony, and announced to donate artifacts and incentives, and other cultural relics donated on behalf of Chuanjian Feng was awarded the certificate, the National Museum of the South China Sea also signed a strategic cooperation agreement with people.com.cn. Wang Lu, vice governor of Hainan Provincial People’s government, deputy editor in chief of the people’s daily, secretary general, chairman of the people’s Republic of China attended the event in. The South China Sea Museum started construction in November 2015, is expected to be put into use in early 2017.相关的主题文章: