Guo Yongzhen, Cixi, one of the top ten collectors in Zhejiang. Recently, he donated nearly 200 pieces of educational relics collected for more than 20 years to the Ningbo Education Museum under construction. This is by far the largest number of cultural relics received by the Ningbo Education Museum. The educational relics donated by Guo Yongzhen include rare books of ancient books, Fujian and Taiwan, pen holders, celebrity seals, etc. This is what he has collected over the past 20 years. It took more than 700,000 yuan to acquire these cultural relics. In Guo Yongzhen’s view, it is very meaningful to donate these cultural relics to the Ningbo Education Museum. “The cultural relics are placed in the museum for the people to visit, and it is also the value of the cultural relics.” It is reported that the Ningbo Education Museum is currently in the country. The first educational museum to be built is scheduled to be completed in September next year and will be open free of charge upon completion. Sun Guohua, deputy director of the Ningbo Education Museum's preparatory office, said in an interview yesterday that the first time he went to Guo Yongzhen's home and learned that he would donate so many cultural relics, "it was really shocking and very moving." "He donated a total of 109 kinds. 200 pieces of cultural relics were later identified by the Cultural Relics Bureau of Zhejiang Province, and 194 of them were identified as cultural relics. There are more than 50 kinds of cultural relics in the Song, Ming and Qing dynasties.” Sun Guohua said with excitement, “These are very important to our education museum. Needed." Guo Yongzhen told reporters that he is still sorting out cultural relics and plans to donate a batch to the Ningbo Education Museum.