Archeologist promotes the cultural inheritance of Buddhist cultural relics in Beijing

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Publish Time: 2017-07-19 Author: Chen Man From: Kangba TV

Professor Hang Kan, an archeologist, director of School of Archeology and Museology and doctoral supervisor of Peking University (Photo/ Yang Yueyun)

BEIJING, July 19 (Kangba TV) -- Recently, a lecture, themed “mercy and benevolence”, was held in the Capital Museum in Beijing.

Integrating with the Buddhist cultural relics exhibited in the Capital Museum, Professor Hang Kan, an archeologist, director of School of Archeology and Museology and doctoral supervisor of Peking University, shared his studies with audience.

The lecture site

In the two-hour lecture, Hang Kan listed and introduced more than 20 Buddhist cultural relics and Buddhist sites at home and abroad according to the communication timeline of Buddhism in China.

As for each recommended cultural relic, Hang Kan displayed the picture, listed the relevant ancient books and documents and current researches, and analyzed its historical period and social and economic conditions of that time.

The history of Buddhist communication also marked the development of aesthetics.

To Hang Kan’s point of view, Chinese culture is deeply influenced by Buddhism.

Those who do not understand Buddhist culture also cannot get to know traditional Chinese culture.

At the end of the lecture, Hang Kan mentioned the archeological discovery of the tomb of the Prince Liangzhuang of the Ming Dynasty.

Among the 5,000 unearthed relics, five cultural relics were related to Tibetan Buddhism.

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