that Amazes the World is A Must-Visit in Your Lifetime
On the afternoon of July 6, 2019, with the chairperson of the World Heritage Committee tapping the gavel against the desk, the great news of the Archeological Ruins of Liangzhu Ancient City being inscribed in the list of UNESCO World Heritage was passed on to the world through screens across mountains and waters. This not only symbolizes the official inscription of Hangzhou’s Archeological Ruins of Liangzhu Ancient City in the list of UNESCO World Heritage, but also proclaims the solid evidence of Chinese 5000-year-old civilization.
The five-thousand-year Chinese civilization has already amazed the world by just lifting a corner of its mysterious veil. Today, Hangzhou Culture & Tourism will take you on a tour to see “the most beautiful town in China” and experience the ancient civilization in person.
Walking into the park, you will find on this land buried a non-copyable history. By pushing open the door of the history sealed by dust, what are revealed before your eyes are the mysterious Fanshan Imperial Tomb (反山王陵), the remains of Mojiaoshan Palace (莫角山宫殿), the unsolved 5000-year-old mysteries …
The architecture of Liangzhu Museum was designed by English designer David Chipperfield. Its walls are gray and in some lights resemble the many facets of jade. There are three patio-style theme courtyards in the museum which contain elements of Chinese garden architecture and are decorated by many architectural ornaments. The exhibition’s general theme of the museum is “Liangzhu culture witnessed the five-thousand-year culture of China”. It highlights the significance of Liangzhu culture in comparison with its counterparts of the same kind or at the same time in China or in the world.
At the beginning of its design, the designer Tadao Ando positioned this construction as a place where children could have a conversation and the “children” here refers to everyone. Villagers in Liangzhu Cultural Village affectionately name the Liangzhu Culture and Art Center as “Big Roof”, under which there are “three big boxes”, namely, Exhibition Building, Culture Building and Education Building. Here there are non-scheduled markets, art exhibitions, and various themed activities.
Submit your thought of Liangzhu Culture to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no limit to the number of entries the Participants can submit, but each entry must be unique. Each participant can only win a maximum of one prize for the giveaway.
The giveaway is open from September 7th, 2020 to September 18th, 2020 at 11:59PM UTC+08.
Ten winners will be selected and will be notified on September 22nd, 2020 via inbox. Hangzhou Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, TV and Tourism will make two attempts to notify the potential winners via email. Potential Winners may be required to provide official identification and other personal information for verification of eligibility, as well as execute and return an affidavit of eligibility, release of liability, and, except where prohibited, publicity release within two days of such notification. Noncompliance within this time period or inability to produce the required documentation will result in disqualification. If a potential winner cannot be reached, is found to be ineligible, cannot or does not comply with these Official Rules, or if prize or prize notification is returned as undeliverable, such potential winner will be disqualified.