Home   /  News   /  Government report   /   “The Roots and Deep Leaves – Tianyi Pavilion Collection and Treasures Exhibition” was exhibited in Hong Kong
“The Roots and Deep Leaves – Tianyi Pavilion Collection and Treasures Exhibition” was exhibited in Hong Kong 2013-10-18


Since ancient times, the two places have had a long history and culture, and the humanities and spirits have attracted each other. In order to strengthen cooperation and exchanges between the two places, during the Dagang Cooperation Forum, the "Den Shen Ye Mao - Tian Yi Ge Collection Treasures Exhibition" jointly sponsored by Tianyi Pavilion Museum, Hong Kong University Rao Zongyi Academic Hall and Rao Zongtang Cultural Center On October 15, 2013, at the Rao Zongyi Cultural Center in Hong Kong, the exhibition received strong support from the governments of Ningbo and Hong Kong, which opened the prelude to the academic and cultural exchanges between the two places. In December last year, the Tianyi Pavilion Museum and the Hong Kong University Rao Zongyi Academic Center established academic exchanges and cooperation. The two are also privately-owned collections. The two sides have a good foundation for cooperation in exhibitions, academic exchanges, scholars' exchanges, publications, and joint academic seminars. From June to July this year, the Rao Zongyi Academic Hall of the University of Hong Kong exhibited at the Tianyi Pavilion Museum with the "Book Painting Rhyme - Rao Zongyi Art Exhibition", which showed Mr. Rao Zongyi's nearly 30 publications and more than 30 paintings and manuscripts and manuscripts. The citizens of Ningbo warmly welcome. The "Deep Deep Leaf--Tianyi Pavilion Collection and Treasures Exhibition" entered Hong Kong, which was a "return visit" by Tianyi Pavilion to old friends, and it was another in-depth exchange of Chinese studies between the two places. At the opening ceremony of the exhibition, the appointment ceremony of the honorary curator of Tianyi Pavilion was held, and the slogans and scholars of the academic circles and the paintings and paintings were hired by Mr. Rao Zongtang as the honorary curator of the Tianyi Pavilion Museum. Mr. Rao Zongyi and Ningbo have an incomprehensible love. Professor Rao traveled to Zhejiang East for more than ten days with his friends Liang Yaoming (Zhai Zhai) and Cheng Shiyi in the spring of 1984. Zhedong's style, no one, did not leave a deep impression on Professor Rao's heart, and sang for it along the way. Professor Rao has a total of 43 poems in this line. He was published in Hong Kong's Ming Pao Monthly, in the name of "Zhedong Youcao", and later became "Jiangnan Spring Collection", earning "Selected Poems" (Taipei: Xinwenfeng Publishing) The company's January 1993 edition), "Qinghui Collection" (Shenzhen: Haitian Publishing House July 2011 edition) and so on. Professor Rao and his travellers stayed in Ningbo for two days. They visited Tianguo Pavilion, visited Baoguo Temple, and visited Tiantiantong, Yuwang, and five poems. Among them, there were three related to Tianyige: "Tangtianyige" "I like to see the wild grass and bamboo branches in the valley, the sighs and sighs" and "Jia Xing Wu Menghui's "Huaihai Long and Short Sentences"" to express their feelings of "missing the book". The "Deep Deep Leaf--Tianyi Pavilion Collection and Treasures Exhibition" exhibited more than 80 pieces (sets) of Tianyi Pavilion collections. It took three collections of ancient books, rubbings, paintings and calligraphy in Tianyi Pavilion, and passed the "Tianyi Pavilion". The three parts of “Books and Ancients” and “Han Mokun” show the history, concept and characteristics of Tianyige collection. Here, the audience can learn about the imperial examination system that lasted for a thousand years, the clan culture, and the rich and profound knowledge of the local history and version. You can also swim in the black and white world, and feel the fascinating taste and mysterious realm of Jinshi calligraphy and painting. . The exhibition will end on December 10. Tianyi Pavilion’s 楮墨芸香 “Mingzhou Tianyi rich collection of books, Fudi’s beliefs are not empty”, Tianyi Pavilion is located in the west of Ningbo Yuehu Lake, which lasted for more than 440 years It is considered a great feat in the history of human collection. Tianyi Pavilion is the oldest existing library building in Asia. Its rich collection of books, the shape of the book building, and the method of protection are also well-known in the forest, and are rumored at home and abroad. The Tianyi Pavilion Museum has a rich collection of more than 300,000 volumes of ancient books, including more than 80,000 volumes of rare books, including publications from the Song and Yuan Dynasties, banknotes and celebrity manuscripts. The most distinctive feature is the rich literature of the Ming Dynasty, including Local history, family records, political books, etc. in the Ming Dynasty. The newly added genealogy has also become a major feature of Tianyige's collection. ·The examination is a book that records the examination questions, the information of the examiners, and the answers to the questions. It is divided into five categories, namely, “Chengkelu”, “Trial Record”, “Country Test Record”, “Wujulu” and “Wuxiang Trial Record”. A true archive of the ancient expedition staff is also an important document for understanding the social structure, political system, education, and humanistic thinking at that time. The records of the Tianyi Pavilion in the Ming Dynasty accounted for more than 80% of the existing collection of such literature collections, of which more than 90% were isolated. What is especially precious is that Tianyi Pavilion has preserved the complete entry of the Ming Dynasty Hongwu from the first year of the Ming Dynasty to the fifty-second section of the eleventh year of Wanli. It is a precious material for studying the history of China's Ming Dynasty. · Local history, also known as Fangzhi, is a historical record that details the geography, history, customs, education, property, characters, places of interest, monuments, poems and works, etc. of the place, and has three functions of “ruling, educating, and saving history”. It is an indispensable important document for studying local culture. Editing Fangzhi is a long-standing cultural tradition in China. From the original "landmark" and "picture" to the great prosperity of the "Zhi" in the Song Dynasty, Fang Zhi's style is basically stereotyped and the content tends to be complete. There are more than 1,500 kinds of Ming Dynasty books, and there are more than 400 species in existence. Among them, Tianyi Pavilion collects 275 local chronicles, the most representative. · Genealogy, also known as genealogy, family multiplication, ancestral spectrum, genealogy, genealogy, etc., is a book that records the inheritance of a family of descendants of a family name. It has a lineage, a sequence of young, a discernment, a respectful ancestor, and a ancestor. And so on. Genealogy culture is an important part of the excellent culture of the Chinese nation and a unique phenomenon of Chinese civilization. There are more than 2,000 kinds of more than 2,000 kinds of genealogy in Tianyige, and there are many famous families, such as "Wuling Chiang's Genealogy", "Zhenhai Henghe", "Shaw's Patriarchal Collection" and so on. In addition to the collection of books, the richness of the Tianyi Pavilion is also well-known in the country. Tianyi Pavilion currently collects more than 4,000 kinds of rubbings, and also collects some of the stone from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Fan Qin’s Ming Dynasty’s essays include “Tianyige Post” and “Wanjue Post”, which preserved the Ming Dynasty Wen Zhengming, Fengfang, Xue Chen, Xue Xuan and other legal books and Fan Qin’s title. Among them, the "Lanting Preface" engraved by Fengfang is the best version of the Divine Dragon, and the rest of the Shenlong Lanting is the ancestors. The inscriptions on display at this exhibition are all collected by Tianyi Pavilion. In addition, Tianyi Pavilion has a rich collection of paintings and calligraphy, and its character is high, and there are many famous masters since the Song and Yuan Dynasties, especially during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Among them are the cursives of Liu Tingxi (Bamboo Words) by Huang Tingjian of the Northern Song Dynasty, the "Shuangshupo Stones" of Wuzhen in the Yuan Dynasty, and the works of Fengfang, Dong Qichang, the Eight blame of the Yangzhou and the Shanghai School of the Qing Dynasty. Among the contemporary paintings and paintings in the collection, the main ones are the painters and painters of the country, and extend to Taiwan, Hong Kong and other places of calligraphy and painting. The paintings and paintings on this exhibition are all works of Ningbo book painters. They are either in Yucheng or in other places, but they express their love and respect for their hometown and Tianyi Pavilion in their own pen and ink. The Rao Zongyi Academic Hall of the University of Hong Kong Rao Zongyi is a research center of Chinese studies. It is also a private library building, and is also the academic and cultural exchange center of the global Sinology community. In 2003, Professor Rao Zongxi presented his collection of books that he had accumulated for decades in academic research, including very rare books of ancient books and other books, as well as a batch of paintings and paintings to the University of Hong Kong. Under the support of the late Chairman of the Hong Kong Lixin Group, Mr. Lin Baixin, the Friends of the Rao Zongyi Academic Hall and many enthusiastic people, the University of Hong Kong successfully established the Rao Zongyi Academic Hall and opened on November 8, 2003. Since its inception, the Hong Kong University Rao Zongyi Academic Center has made outstanding contributions to the discovery, research, display, dissemination and development of Chinese traditional culture in the past ten years. Rao Zongyi Cultural Center Rao Zongtang Cultural Center is located at 800 Castle Peak Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is the first activation project of the "Revitalization of Historic Buildings Partnership Project" of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government Development Bureau. It was revitalized by the former Lai Chi Kok Hospital Complex and shoulders the heritage of Chinese culture and culture. The mission of communicating and contributing to society. Covering an area of ​​32,000 square meters, the Cultural Center is a large garden-style building complex divided into upper, middle and lower districts. The facilities in the Lower District are open to the public for free visits, including the Art Gallery, the Nursery Centre, the Gift Court, the "Tianguang Yunying" Garden, the statue of Professor Rao Zongyi, the old pavilion, the ancient wall, etc., and the free guided tour service; The facilities and attractions of the district and the upper district are expected to open at the end of 2013. (Tianyige Museum)