Bamboo Slips are pieces of bamboo that were used for writing on in ancient China. This museum shows a collection of Han dynasty wooden and bamboo slips found in Changsha, and explains their importance...
If you can read Chinese, then it's probably four stars, but since all exhibits are in Chinese, I have to give it two stars. It basically shows the history of how the Chinese used to write on bamboo s...
This museum showcases the first form of written material used, that is on bamboo which were finely cut where a written script could be written on it. The museum also depicts how paper making started...
This is a nice and quaint free museum. Since we do not read Chinese we did not take long to go through and look at the artifacts and read the little that was in English. The bamboo slips displayed wer...
This Museum is not for everybody. It's a small museum and the layout is very dated, noting that present generation has very short attention span and they probably won't linger too long watching the d...
Situated between Tianxin Pavilion and Baisha Jing in Changsha, the Museum of Bamboo and Wooden Slips in Changsha is designed as a Han Dynasty style, borrowing from the high-rise architectural forms that prevailed during the Three Kingdoms Period. The museum displays a large number of historical bamboo and wooden slips from the Western Han Dynasty, the Eastern Han Dynasty, and the Sun Wu period of the Three Kingdoms. It also shows bamboo and wooden slips at home and abroad, the history of literal, and the making of bamboo and wooden slips. If you are a culture lover, the Museum of Bamboo and Wooden Slips is a good place to go.
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