Private museum on Orange Island opens to public
The museum's premier exhibition features ancient jade sculptures and traces the development of the precious stone throughout China's history.
Jade sculptures are put on display at Kejia Museum's first exhibition on March 29. [Photo/Changsha Evening News]
It's hoped many visitors will be attracted to the museum's exhibitions, which in the future will feature porcelain, golden vessels and bronze wares, according to Kejia manager Hu Chunxia.
Kejia Museum is the result of a refurbishment and restoration project on Orange Island's four-story pagoda-style Gongji building, covering a total area of 1,500 square meters.
Gongji building on Orange Island has been restored into the Kejia Museum and will have a range of artworks on show. [Photo/Changsha Evening News]
Source: Changsha Evening News