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Exhibitions Not to Be Missed This Month 2017-03-20
Hangzhou, a popular tourist destination both home and abroad, is also a historical and cultural city. In this city, besides picturesque natural views and time-honored historical and cultural relics, there is also a large number of art palaces scattering around the city in which are going on some amazing exhibitions worth visiting.

National Geographic: A New Age of Exploration

 

Time: 10:00 – 21:00 from April 22 to June 26
Ticket: 80 RMB per person and children under 1 meter require no ticket.
Presale: 50% off from April 1 to April 15 and 40% off from April 16 to 21
Venue: Star Avenue Center 2, No. 1766, Binsheng Road, Binjiang District (滨江区滨盛路1766号华联星光大道二期)

 
Intro: To celebrate the 128th anniversary of the founding of National Geographic Society and the first issue of National Geographic magazine, a grand visual and interactive exhibition ‘National Geographic: A New Age of Exploration’ is to be held in Hangzhou from April 22 to June 26 to take visitors back in time to encounter some of the most iconic and fascinating moments captured by National Geographic.
 
During the event, visitors get to see over 100 classic images which are of five themes: history, adventure, wildlife, culture and photography, to walk along the amazing eighteen-meter-long wall showcasing National Geographic magazine covers since 1888, to step onto an amazing adventurous discovery journey in the virtual world created by cutting-edge VR technology, and to try hands at making photogram and learn about old-fashioned photographic technology in its exclusive PHOTOWORKSHOP. In addition, official National Geographic merchandise is also available in the exhibition.

Maoney: Artistic Exhibition by Andelei



Time: Until April 22, 2016
Venue: Star Avenue Center 2, No. 1766, Binsheng Road, Binjiang District (滨江区滨盛路1766号华联星光大道二期)
Ticket: Free

 

Intro: Mao Zedong is definitely one of the most significant figures in China which explains the fact that his face appears on every denomination of Renminbi (Chinese currency) from 1 to 100.

The name ‘Maoney’, which is the combination of the family name of Mao Zedong and Money, clearly indicates the theme of the exhibition, which is set to take a closer look at the face and explore how it reflect onto the world of art and esthetics.

China Ancient Ceramics Exhibition



Time: From 09:00 to 17:00 until June 6
Venue: Zhejiang Provincial Museum – Gushan Branch
Add: No. 25, Gushan Road, Xihu District
Ticket: Free

 
Intro: Zhejiang Province, which has nurtured a countless number of wonders and treasures, is also the birthplace of ceramics and the hometown of celadon ware.

It’s on this land that after hundreds of years, an exhibition featuring ancient treasured ceramics give us the chance to marvel at the wisdom of ancient Chinese and the fine workmanship of these ceramics, and to know the contribution Zhejiang has made to the development of ceramic culture and human civilization.
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50 Outdoor Leisure Activities in Hangzhou2017-03-24
Spring is here and so is the 2017 “Intoxicating Springtime” – Hangzhou Outdoor Leisure Season which, in the following three months, will provide the city with over 50 springtime outdoor experiences and tour itineraries. With six themes to choose from such as child-parent, flower viewing, games and sports, spring couldn’t be livelier.
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Longjing Tea – The Greenest Pick2017-03-23
The annual time for picking Longjing green tea leaves, one of the top ten renowned teas of China, has begun in Hangzhou and everywhere tea farmers are now busy picking and hand frying the famous leaves. If you wanted to take a sneak peek at how the farmers meticulously pick their verdant leaves from bushes nestled in undulating hills, or if you wanted to sample, at first hand, this year’s Longjing variety, then head to the following three tea villages which are known for their tea, tea culture and tea-related tourist attractions.
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No.228, Yanan Road, Hangzhou, China
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