Zhengzhou, sept. 10 (Xinhua) - As The Morning Sun Spreads Across Zhengzhou, Capital of Central China's Henan Province, Visitors Begin Touring Around a New Theatrical Theme Park Here, Journey takes them back thousands of years in the rich history of the province.
Welcome to "Henan Unique: land of dramas", a gigantic immersive theater complex located on the outskirts of the city and covering more than 40 hectares. The site includes 21 theaters with about 1,000 actors, making several thematic shows about the history of Henan and the culture of the Yellow River, a "mother river" of the Chinese nation.
Since it was opened last year, attraction has become great success. "I think what I have seen is not so much a drama, but Henan's rich story. This is a place that deserves many visits," said a tourist named Wang Lin.
Henan is rich in cultural resources, and many old dynasties have established their capitals here. It is the home of sites of great historical interest, including the Shaolin temple and Las Grottos de Longmen. The popularity of traditional fine culture shows its growing charm in the minds of the Chinese.
melody of "The Lonely Warrior", a modern popular song, reverbera through from an Hangzhoujobs.com/view-blog/745" target="_BLANK">Hangzhoujobs.com/view-blog/749" target="_BLANK">international convention center in Zhengzhou. It is produced by nine ancient musical instruments, an innovation of the Ancient Music of Huaxia under the Henan Museum.
Since its establishment in 2000, the set has restored and produced replicas of more than 300 musical artifacts, including a 5,000 -year -old ceramic clay flute called Taoxun, some Bronze bells of 3,000 years old and an old string instrument started as Konghou.
The team has compiled and created more than 100 pieces of music based on old musical scores and literature. He has also tried to convey live performances on social media platforms to attract more audiences.
"Cultural relics are the witnesses of history," said Ma Xiaolin, head of the Henan Henan Museum Museum. "We want to return the life of the relics, so that visitors can listen to the sounds of the past."
Advanced technologies, such as 3D reconstruction and augmented reality ((AR), have been widely used to promote a traditional fine culture. Last year, at the gala From the Henan Spring Festival, a dance performance called "Night Banquet in Tangnasty Palace" "returned the life to the ceramic figures of the Tang dynasty (618-907). It quickly became viral online.
using 3D and AR technologies, the show combined virtual scenes with a real scenario, which brings dance to a museum environment. It was seen more than 2 billion times on several platforms in Line in 2021. The microblogging site Sina Weibo was full of comments on the dance, with related topics that generate 490 million views. Young people have lost interest in traditional Chinese culture, "said Chen Yunjie, a univer student Site that is a staunch fan of dance performance, and adds that young people will be attracted to traditional elements if they are correctly shows.
The Henan Museum has been working on integrating creative ideas in the Cultural Relic Promotion. Sales of their blind boxes of "archaeological findings" exceeded 40 million yuan (around 5.8 million US dollars) since they launched at the end of 2020.
"We combine the popular concept of blind boxes with cultural relics to allow people to experience the joy of physically replicas of relics enclosed on land," said Song Hua, director of
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