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Ningbo Museum exhibits Confucius Temple Sacrificial Ceremony 2018-07-04


The picture shows the scene of the Ningbo Confucius Temple Ceremony. As one of the large-scale original exhibitions celebrating the tenth anniversary of the opening of the Ningbo Museum, “The Palace of the Kingdom – the Confucian Temple of the Qing Dynasty” was launched recently. Through the exhibition and interpretation of 225 pieces of old ritual instruments of the Confucius Temple in Ningbo, the grand and solemn rituals of the rituals are recreated, aiming to arouse the society’s attention to traditional culture and its concern for education. Looking forward to the long and embarrassing culture of Zhedong culture. Confucius Temple is not only a place to worship Confucius, but also a place of official school. Therefore, Confucius Temple has the dual meanings and functions of sacrificing and enlightenment, and has become a symbol of the country's emphasis on cultural education. The Ningbo culture has been stretching for thousands of years, and it is inseparable from the prosperity of the prefectures. As a symbol of Xingwen's re-education, Ningbo Confucius Temple began to comply with the regulation of the integration of temples and studies from the Tang Dynasty. Confucius Temple is not only a temple for worship, but also a heavy responsibility for government-run teaching. Confucianism flourished in the Song Dynasty, Mingzhou education flourished, relying on the two levels of official school and county, Ningbo Daru. This exhibition will last until November 12th. From the three chapters of "Datong Confucius's 1000th Inheritance", "Chongru Xingxue Respecting Ceremony" and "Red Wall and Yellow Tiles", the Chinese nation has shown the honor and sacrifice of the Chinese nation for more than two thousand years. The magnificent scene of the hole. The exhibitors of the Confucius Temple in Ningbo County were quite beautiful. They belonged to the ceremonial instruments specially designed for the worship of the rituals in the Qing Dynasty. Some of the utensils were first seen out of the library and met with the citizens.