Follow Your Footsteps: Day 4 at Camp Nanjing
Today’s event started with a tour at Pearl Spring Park.
At the source of Pearl Spring, clusters of pearls like springs gush forth from the stones, hence the name. When a lot of people are gathered together, or clap together, the Pearls will not be at a greater risk of disease. Pearl Izumi’s history goes back directly to the time of the Six Dynasties. The Southern emperor is rumoured to have been a very devout Buddhist. He gave a monk at the nearby Pearl Spring a temple called the Temple set. On account of the Temple, the Pearl Spring became famous. After the Six Dynasties, Nanjing declined until the Ming Dynasty (5,6 hundred years from now) during which it flourished once again. During Ming Dynasty, there was a scholar named Zhuang Chang who was very learned. However, he put the official in a bad mood, so much so that Zhuang Chang was forced to go into seclusion in the mountains. He lived among green hills and rugged rock formations. There, he built 10 stand pavilions, from where the reputation of the Pearl Spring continued to attract aristocrats and noble members of society to swim together, drink, tell stories and read poetry. Happy 30 years. What a joyous life. ☺
Pearl Spring Park is a tourist resort. Children walked in the mountains but also experienced the carefree atmosphere of the bar.
We saw and traversed ten thousand meters of the Great Wall. Yes, ten thousand meters of Great Wall, a miniature landscape. Visitors learned about the history of the Great Wall. I encouraged students to climb the Badaling Great Wall in Beijing. Plans for the construction of the Great Wall first began in the Spring and Autumn period, 1500 years ago in the Northern Wei Dynasty. It was built in the Ming Dynasty (about 500 years ago). The purpose of the Wall is to defend our country against invasion and prepare ourselves for battle. The Great Wall of China refers to the north of the Great Wall.
This place contains a history of 500-1000 years. What a long history! I believe you have now experienced a bit of Chinese culture. Every day you wander among thousands years of history, while enjoying modern civilization. Remember this history and splendid culture, because you will always be descendants. . .
Hero signature list. I saw your name. Heros and female fellows! 😃😃
Afternoon pottery, Lotus course
Learning to dance: the journey of a young man fighting and dying 😃😃
Learning the history of ceramic production process
Concentrate on watching it
Look what I made
Left point slag 😂😂
I hope you work on your own as signed. After drying, we take the works home and put in the oven to dry. We can bury them in our own back yard and a few hundred years later, our descendants will dig it up as an antique Ha 😂😂😂 – (You should not really do this). 😂😂 Look back to know why I laughed.
Pottery and porcelain are close relatives. Chinese ceramics simply put these two things together. Porcelain differs from clay pottery in that it is blank and fired at a low temperature (900 degrees). Porcelain clay is then color painted, glazed and fired at a high temperature (1300 degrees). – Turn up the family oven temperature up to 300 degrees and it will be okay. 😃😃 You may have been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Museum of Art in Washington and have seen thousands pieces of ancient Egyptian pottery, but certainly not seen their porcelain. That’s right, because our ancestors invented porcelain. The history of porcelain can be traced back as early as the Eastern Han Dynasty (2000 years from now). The ancients in CHANGNAN (now Jingdezhen) Square built kiln fired ceramics. During the Tang dynasty, porcelain began being exported to Japan, Central Asia and West Asia. In the Ming dynasty, a large number of Chinese porcelain products began being exported to Europe. As you know, the porcelain is called China, hence the name “China.”
Europeans yearn the most for Chinese. 500 years ago in Europe, they had the royal blue and white porcelain. After the passage of time, the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan also sell porcelain and are considered one of the top brands, even opening a store in China. . . You have to admire the fine work of Royal Dolton, Meissen, Nikkro. The mystery inscribed on European porcelain has been deciphered only 300 years ago in Germany Meissen. If it were simple arithmetic, our ancestors would have produced ceramics before 1700, but much has been lost to people of Europe in the last 300 years. . . To only indulge in blue and white is not enough. . . For the future we can look forward to another historical glory. . .
Today you know how many people you have to be thankful for, citing the leader’s words: “Every day there are about more than 100 police officers for our 86 overseas Chinese children. The two doctors accompany us 24 hours equipped with a high temperature heat source in a portable medical box.” In addition to moving, please accept our Overseas Chinese motherland tribute!