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The seminar will promote the inheritance of Xiuyan Jade Culture and craftsmanship innovation, whcih enables Xiuyan City to develop its history and cuture profundly and sustainably.
Tian Guanglin, a professor from Liaoning Normal University, is giving a presentation entitled "Xiuyan Ancient Jade and the Origin of China's Ring-Shaped Jade with Teeth".
Li Xinquan, secretary of Liaoning Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology, is introducing Xiuyan Jade, an integral part of Hongshan Culture.
Zhang Xingde, a professor at the History School of Liaoning University, is giving a report entitled "Longhe Jade at Chahai Site and the Chinese Civilization Lasting for Tens of Thousands of Years".
Lu Zhaoyin, a researcher from the Institute of Archaeology of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, is illustrating the connections between Xiuyan Jade and Chinese jade culture.
Zhao Ye, a researcher at Zhejiang Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology, is giving a presentation entitled "Typological Observations on Liangzhu Jade".
Wang Fang, deputy curator of Chengdu Jinsha Site Museum, is giving a report themed on “A Talk with Shu White Jade, Discovery and Understanding of Jade Ware Excavated from the Relics of Shu State”.
Liu Guoxiang, vice president of Chinese Jade Culture Research Association, is giving a report themed on “Xiuyan Jade That Has Witnessed the Brilliant Development of the Chinese Civilization”.
The opening ceremony comes to an end. Coming up next is the seminar.
Wang Wei, director of the Department of History of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and president of Archaeological Society of China is delivering a speech via the video.
Zhao Chaohong, professor of the School of Archaeology and Museology of Peking University, is delivering a speech.
Zhang Bai, former deputy director of the State Administration of Culture Heritage, is delivering a speech.
Hou Yancheng said that the Chinese people have spent a long time getting to know Xiuyan Jade and its development has witnessed a long history. The ancient residents of Xinglongwa 8000 years ago and the ancient dwellers of Hongshan 5000 years ago utilized Xiuyan Tremolite Jade to carve out fine artworks. Xiuyan Jade has been adopted in "China’s First Jade Dragon" of Hongshan Culture, Fuhao Tomb of Yinxu, Anyang City, Henan Province and the “Jade Clothes Sewn with Gold Wire” excavated from the Tomb of Liusheng (King of Zhongshan) in the Western Han Dynasty.
Hou Yancheng, president of Chinese Jade Culture Research Association, is delivering a speech.
Present at the seminar are Qu Wanxiang, former member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and former vice minister of the Ministry of Supervision, Zhang Bai, former deputy director of the State Administration of Culture Heritage, and Hou Yancheng, president of Chinese Jade Culture Research Association.
The guests are already seated. Let’s witness the opening of the academic seminar "From Xinglongwa to the Three-Star Piles · Jinsha -- Xiuyan Jade Culture and the Chinese Civilization".
Xiuyan Jade is named after its place of origin Xiuyan, Liaoning Province. In addition to the traditional serpentine Xiuyu, tremolite yellow white jade and river grinding jade, a new variety of white jade has impressed the public. Xiuyan Jade is very popular on the market because of its wide variety and rich colors.
The archaeological discoveries and literature records of Xiuyan Jade show us a picture of the development of China’s ancient jade culture. The inheritance and innovation of Xiuyan Jade culture is of great significance to its sustainable development as part of the Chinese civilization.
Welcome to the academic seminar "From Xinglongwa to the Three-Star Piles · Jinsha -- Xiuyan Jade Culture and the Chinese Civilization". This seminar is hosted by Chinese Jade Culture Research Association.