a Chaozhou 90 boys, through their own efforts, with their young shoulders, lead more people to experience the memory of Chaozhou. In March 22nd, the opening ceremony of the Guangdong sea ridge archives and Chaoshan memory – Li Kaihan folk archives collection exhibition of Guangdong Province, the opening ceremony of the opening ceremony, held in Chaozhou.
Guangdong province is located in the Chaozhou sea ridge in the town of Chaoan District, Longhu. The predecessor of the archive was built in the 90s of last century, the old textile factory. After a simple repair, the furnishings decoration although some simple, but with bright windows and clean tables, take on an altogether new aspect. The two floor is the permanent exhibition hall. A row of new glass showcase, neatly placed in the exhibition area, it was already yellow, remittance documents, leases, silently telling the former "Chaozhou memory".
Curator Li Kaihan
just "office", is the tourists hit off behind each piece of exhibits familiar story. The archives in the home, can be regarded as a circle of his dream for many years. Li Kaihan was born in 1991, grew up on the old folk are very interested in. His parents give pocket money to buy all of them. Speaking of the origin of these more than 30 thousand collections, he always said with a smile, they are picking up to pick up.
early in the technical school during the study, Li Kaihan began to build the idea of archives. In July last year, with the help of relatives and friends, he founded and registered in Guangdong Province Ling Hai archives, becoming the first registered provincial private archives. Guangdong Provincial Archives Bureau is the business unit. As early as 2015, the Provincial Archives in Guangzhou held a collection exhibition for Li Kaihan. In order to support the establishment of the Guangdong sea ridge archives, the provincial archives also presented a showcase, filing cabinets and other equipment.
at the ceremony of the Guangdong provincial archives, people see more about the collection. Japanese invasion evidence materials during the Anti Japanese War Museum will also open to the public exhibition of special collections, including maps, postcards, magazines, books, publications and other archives, to warn people not forget national humiliation, provide evidence of sufficient historical data for patriotism education.