To come to Meizhou, it is necessary to know about Hakka culture, and to the Hakka Museum is the best choice; Hakka culture has a long history, whether humanities, or history is very rich; because the Hakka people from ancient times are eager to learn, diligent efforts, thirst for knowledge, so many outstanding talents have emerged, here are introduced in detail.
The Hakka Museum of China, located at the northern end of the Dongshan Bridge in Meicheng, was built in 2005 and opened to the outside world in April 2008. The Museum covers an area of about 170.3 Mu and has a construction area of 37,000 square meters. It consists of the Hakka Museum and its branches, Huang Zunxian Memorial Hall, the President's Hall of the University, the General Hall, the Overseas Chinese Hall, the Hakka Plaque Hall, the Meizhou Celebrity and Integrity Hall, the Exhibition Center and the Hakka Cultural Expo Magazine. In April 2009, it was approved by the General Office of the State Council as the Hakka Museum of China. The museum is now a patriotic education base in Meizhou, a united front base in Guangdong and a teaching and practice base in South China Agricultural University. It is the only way to understand Hakka, and an important platform for Hakka to seek roots and seek ancestors and cultural exchanges. It's a little pity that it's not open at ordinary times. It's usually open during the Spring Festival, so it can only be seen from the outside. It is worth mentioning that the water lily pond is in full bloom.
The long history of Hakka shows us from its origin, migration, living customs, architecture and so on.
China Hakka Museum, located in Meizhou City, Guangdong Province, is a comprehensive museum for collecting, researching and displaying Hakka history and culture. It consists of Hakka Museum and Branch Museum, Huang Zunxian Memorial Hall, President Hall of Meizhou University, General Hall of Meizhou, Overseas Chinese Museum of Meizhou, Hakka Plaque Hall, Celebrity and Integrity Hall of Meizhou, Exhibition Center and Hakka Cultural Expo Magazine.
The Chinese Hakka Museum is a very good museum, which enables you to better and vividly understand the historical development and cultural customs of the Hakka people at close range. The Hakka Museum has all kinds of exhibits, which can be browsed for more than half a day, with detailed explanations. It's worth punching in.
If you haven't been there, it's worth seeing. Navigation is easy to find, tickets are not needed, and people are very popular.
The Hakka Museum is located at the northeast end of Meizhou City. It needs to cross the Dongshan Bridge to get there. The huge square at the entrance lies by a small river. It is a pity that the museum which is not open is being repaired. Hakka signs can be seen everywhere at the entrance and some signs, beside which there is an ancient house with local architectural style or quite characteristic.
The Hakka Museum in China is a museum that comprehensively displays the cultural origin and development of the Hakka ethnic group of the Han nationality. It is also a holistic ecological museum. Its characteristics are that the main Hakka Museum undertakes the function of the hub of the holistic museum. The rest of the museum are a series of University presidents'halls, general halls, Hakka plaques, Huang Zunxian Memorial Hall, Overseas Chinese Hall and Mei. Satellite museums such as the State Celebrity Clean Official Hall, with the theme of commemorating specific outstanding figures or specific culture, complement each other with the theme of Hakka display in the main hall, and form an integrated ecological museum network of Hakka culture.