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Restorers revive cultural relics at Fuxi Temple in Gansu
From:China Daily  Writer:  Date:2017-07-18
Restorer Li Xiaolong, along with rest of his coworkers, works in the cultural relics protection and repairs unit at the Fuxi Temple in Tianshui city of Northwest China's Gansu province, July 16, 2017.


Restorer Li Xiaolong repairs a broken bronze flagon from the Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD220) at the Tianshui Museum on Sept 6, 2016. [Photo/VCG]


Restorer Yang Liguang repairs Chinese calligraphy from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) at the Tianshui Museum on Sept 6, 2016. [Photo/VCG]

The center, belonging to the Tianshui Museum, is renowned for its ability to restore cultural objects, including bronze ware, porcelain, Chinese paintings and calligraphy.


Restorer Li Xiaolong repairs a broken bronze flagon from the Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD220) at the Tianshui Museum on Sept 6, 2016. [Photo/VCG]


Restorer Li Xiaolong and his coworker check the restoration status of a bronze jar by comparing the object to the drawing at the Tianshui Museum on Sept 6, 2016. [Photo/VCG]


Restorer Meng Xuhui takes out dried metal relics for further restoration at the Tianshui Museum on Sept 6, 2016. [Photo/VCG]
 
The job of restorers – preserving precious cultural heritage through modern scientific methods – is important as cultural relics are irreplaceable resources and hold a record of China's history and civilization.


 
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