SUIBE Museum stages first exhibition
Visitors look at exhibits at SUIBE Museum's first exhibition. [Photo/Official website of SUIBE]
The Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (SUIBE) Museum opened its first exhibition at Gubei Campus in Shanghai on Nov 12 and the event will last until Nov 12, 2024.
The exhibition is themed on the impact of Chinese porcelain culture on European cultural development and highlights the important role of foreign trade in cultural exchanges between China and foreign countries.
Around 300 pieces of European porcelain and some representative Chinese porcelain are on display, showing the charm of porcelain and telling the story about how Chinese porcelain culture brought the prosperity of Sino-Western trade from multiple perspectives.
The exhibits were jointly presented by the university museum and the well-known collector Sun Jianwei.
SUIBE, known as the "cradle of China's foreign economic and trade talents", is the only university in the Yangtze River Delta region focusing on the field of foreign economic cooperation and trade. It started preparations for building the museum last autumn, offering a platform for cultural exchanges and exhibitions as well as cultural and art education.
The opening of SUIBE Museum's first exhibition is celebrated on Nov 12. [Photo/Official website of SUIBE]
SUIBE Museum's first exhibition is held at its Gubei Campus in Shanghai. [Photo/Official website of SUIBE]