Chengdu’s Cultural Relics Showcased on CCTV

Authors: Go Chengdu


The cultural exploration program National Treasure showcased 3 Chengdu’s cultural treasures earlier this month on China Central Television (CCTV).
The treasure trove housed at the Sichuan Museum is kept secret, exerting appeal to heritage lovers.
They are a stone tablet, a portrait brick and a Thang-ga (religious scroll painting).
Stone Tablet
The stone tablet was engraved in the Five Dynasties (907-960) with classics of Confucianism. With the largest size of its kind, the tablet has the largest number of characters.
Portrait Brick
The production of well salt in China dates back to the Eastern-Han Dynasty (25-220). The brick recorded how people in Sichuan exploited salt in ancient times.
A set of 11 paintings, the treasure of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) is the best preserved set of all King Gelsall paintings. It is a rare document to study Tibetan history, military and folk culture, etc.

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