Mintaiyuan Museum is located at the foot of the Qingyuan Mountain on the north side of the West Lake Park in Quanzhou. It is a special museum showing the historical relationship between the mainland of China (Fujian) and Taiwan. The museum takes history as the main line. It has displayed all aspects of Quanzhou's development in various immersive ways from the perspectives of geography, nationality, politics, and art. It also includes the historical relationship between Fujian and Taiwan. The exhibits are complete and close to the people's livelihood. Many of the exhibitions are very real. Looking at the complete exhibition will also have a very rich understanding of Quanzhou.
Because Taiwan is my grandmother's home, so I am very interested in the history of Fujian and Taiwan, look at the history of evolution, look at the clans on both sides of the Taiwan Strait, cross the sea to Taiwan's corresponding cities on both sides of the Taiwan Strait. The origin of family name in Taiwan, Grandma's surname is Cai. Check out that her hometown is from Zhangzhou, Fujian Province to Tainan, Taiwan.
The Fujian-Taiwanese Margin Museum of China, with the title of Comrade Jiang Zemin's museum, is rich in content. The theme of the museum revolves around a family on both sides of the Taiwan Strait and the same clan on both sides of the Taiwan Strait. It shows the historical origin of the two sides from various aspects of history, geography, humanities and jurisprudence. In a word, any action that wants to split the motherland and destroy the reunification of the motherland is rejected by the whole Chinese nation, and the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation is irresistible.
It's near Quanzhou Museum and West Lake Park. A large museum is a museum showing the friendly relations between Taiwan and Fujian. There are no tickets to enter, and you can rent Charge Treasure and free voice guides here. It seems that wheelchairs can also be rented. The entrance is a big blasting picture. There is a cafe on the third floor, but their meals are very slow. I waited for 30 + minutes and packed them in boxes. What drinks are faster? The museum can visit only two floors. The exhibition hall on the third floor is themed by four seasons, interspersed with Hakka and southern Fujian cultural customs.
The Fujian-Taiwan Margin Museum was established in May 2006 on the west side of Hubei Province, Quanzhou City, with a total investment of 180 million yuan, covering an area of 154.2 Mu and an area of 23332 square meters. The Museum integrates collection, exhibition, research, communication and service functions. It is a demonstration base of patriotism education directly awarded by the Central Committee of Propaganda and a national youth education base awarded by the Central Committee of the League. It is also an important academic institution to study the history of relations between the mainland and Taiwan, especially between Fujian and Taiwan. It is a state-level thematic museum for Taiwan. It is a national patriotic education base and propaganda place for Taiwan, aiming at the grass-roots people of Taiwan, taking anti-independence and promoting unification as its goal. China Fujian-Taiwan Margin Museum, the main building is divided into four floors, the height is 43 meters. At its entrance, Kowloon Column , 19 meters high and 2 meters wide, is the tallest couple in the mainland of China Kowloon Column .
Because there is no need for tickets. Free of charge. I went to Quanzhou the same day. The building is very beautiful. Some of the introductions in 1 are also OK. Because it is called the edge of Fujian and Taiwan. So 1 is about Taiwan. So for a patriot like me. Of course, I'll go and see it right away.
It's worth seeing. There are two floors in it. The exhibits are very rich and varied. You can visit them for two hours. Don't be afraid to enter the high steps. There are escalators to go up. The service inside is also very good. See a lot of foreigners also come to visit, let them see that Taiwan's ancestors are here, after all, don't blindly.
It's very meaningful. There's a lot of history and culture in the museum.
Very spectacular, Fujian-Taiwan Museum, in Quanzhou. Behind it is the mountain. The Museum has five floors. The main contents are on the second and third floors. This Museum doesn't bore you. It's a very good museum as a whole.
If you want to know the history and customs, it's good, tall and tall. General Secretary Jiang's title. The Museum has excellent facilities, exhibitions of human history and customs, statues, physical objects, as well as film and television. No tickets.
Facing the West Lake, with its unique architecture and rich exhibits, it has three floors. It details the history and development of Quanzhou, the remarkable achievements of the local general Zheng Chenggong Shilang, the indissoluble bond with Taiwan, and the delicate white porcelain of Dehua.