History of over 3,000 horizontal inscribed boards
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- In ancient China, the horizontal inscribed board was the symbol of status, position and honor and was mostly hung under the eave and above the door. In Chongqing, the Bayu Horizontal Inscribed Board Culture and Art Museum located by the riverside of the Jialing River, there are 3200 horizontal inscribed boards that can be dated back to the Song Dynasty, including 6 categories of virtue, reputation, wedding, birthday-celebration, medical ethics and education. These boards were collected by Liu Guangrui and his father, and are from Chongqing, Sichuan, Guangdong and other places. On this occasion, let us learn the story behind the boards.
Chongqing Bayu Horizontal Inscribed Board Culture and Art Museum is also called Hanbian Park, with horizontal inscribed boards from the Song Dynasty and most of the Qing Dynasty and before liberation and all of them were collected by Liu Guangrui and his father. There are many horizontal inscribed boards written by famous historical people like Li Hongzhang and Zuo Zongtang in the 10,000m2 museum.