Museums and Relevant Products and Technologies Exposition
Automobiles: A Catalyst for International Cultural Exchange and Collaboration
Automobiles, one of the greatest inventions of the twentieth century, embody the tremendous power of technology, bear the wisdom and passion of human innovation, and manifest mankind’s perseverance in self-challenge, improvement and actualization. China, an ancient country with a long history, cradles the world's largest auto market today. Promoting independent technology innovations, it is aiming to transform from an auto manufacturer of quantity to one of quality. While the rapid development of the industry nourishes the growth of automobile culture, the Chinese automobile culture is less developed than the industry and systematic researches are lacking. Beijing Auto Museum was founded with a core mission to research and disseminate the automobile culture. The Society of Automotive Engineers of China and China Association of Automotive Manufacturers have important research projects on automobile culture, which have been approved by the government authorities and of which the major tasks are commissioned to Beijing Auto Museum. 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the founding of the museum, thus a good time for a structured review on the development of automobile culture. Through reviewing the exchange activities and popular science education programs of Beijing Auto Museum since its founding, we explore the ideas of “Automobiles as a Catalyst for Promoting International Cultural Exchange and Collaboration” and propose a plan for future studies.
The Donation Ceremony for ¡°Dream Car¡± drawn by Russian Painter to Beijing Auto Museum
On the morning of July 15, Kozinets family(father ¨CAlexey, mother-Oxana, son-Ivan) arrive at Beijing Auto Museum and together witness the donation ceremony for their painting ¡° Dream Car¡±. The following honored guests together with some news media are invited to attend this ceremony.
Chinese, French presidents write preface for Chinese relics exhibition
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his French counterpart Francois Hollande have written a preface for an ongoing Chinese cultural relics exhibition in France, part of the two countries' celebration of the 50th anniversary of bilateral relations.
The Greek Ambassador to China Vassilios Costis gave an interview to People¡¯s Daily Online on July 21st 2014. In the interview, the ambassador covered various topics including high-level exchanges, Chinese investment in Greece, potential areas for cooperat
Ye Yonglie (pictured below), the 73-year-old Shanghai writer, is well-known for his biographies of major public figures in China.
During his writing career, which has spanned nearly half a century, Ye has interviewed and published biographical essays or