Recently, the students of the 1902 Mingli Young Pioneer of the No.1 Experimental Primary School in Wuxiang New District launched an exploratory journey of “visiting national treasures and promoting Chinese civilization”.
In the exhibition hall, the students were deeply attracted by the bronze wares, and they gathered around the instructors, visited the exhibition hall in an orderly manner, and listened carefully to the explanation. The students and their parents looked at the uniquely shaped, unconventionally textured, and exquisitely crafted bronze vessels, as if they have traveled back 3,000 years ago and seen the colorful social life scenes at that time. In addition, in order to allow students to better remember the knowledge they’ve learned from the national treasure exhibition, the 1902 Mingli Young Pioneer also had a lively and interesting class on the spot. With active atmosphere, the children were proactive in answering questions, and the parents couldn’t help but thumb up to the children.