The new Shimao Maritime Silk Road Museum is a collaboration between the Shimao Group and Beijing’s Palace Museum and focuses on the history and culture of the Maritime Silk Road. Covering an area of nearly 11,500 square meters, it features some 2,000 cultural relics from porcelain and tea sets to silk, both important exports made famous along the legendary oceanic route. According to the museum’s curator, Li Zhongmou, in addition to the displays, the museum is employing digital and interactive multimedia to showcase the route’s history. (Source: CGTN)
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