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Series short videos " Treasures of China's Central Plains" of Henan Museum won the China News Award 
Source: Henan Museum Edit: Chend Time: 2021.11.12 17:10:19

Wan Jie receives the silver award at the Kyoto International Audio-visual Art Festival in Kyoto, Japan, Sept. 2019.(file photo)

  

Series short videos " Treasures of China's Central Plains" of Henan Museum won the China News Award.  


Ma Xiaolin, director of Henan Museum Speaking in English . 


On November 7, the "ceiling" of the national news awards - China News Award was announced. Henan Museum, in conjunction with Dahe.com, won the first prize for the column " Treasures of China's Central Plains ". 


The short videos of " Treasures of China's Central Plains " focused on a heavyweight cultural relic in each episode and used digital display methods such as: the three-dimensional scanning of cultural relics, storage shooting by 4K movie machine and CG special effects to fully display the full picture and details of cultural relics and stories showing in a simple way for the public. 
On the basis of the short video of " Treasures of China's Central Plains " in June 2019, Henan Museum again launched the series of " Treasures of China's Central Plains • Narrating". Director Ma Xiaolin took the lead in the show and organized a group of well-known experts in the museum to explain the stories of cultural relics in depth.  

 
At the beginning of 2020, Henan Museum and jointly created the Series of " Treasures of China's Central Plains •Culture of Eagle City" with Pingdingshan Museum (Henan Museum Branch). In Chinese history, Pingdingshan City was known as the "Eagle City".
After more than two years of exploration, " Treasures of China's Central Plains " has gradually formed its own unique characteristics of cultural and museological communication feature.  

 
At present, more than 40 media have reprinted the relevant information of " Treasures of China's Central Plains ". There were more than 101.66 million relating data about the keyword on the whole network. The museum's official microblog account received 7.44 million views.