Museums - CNTO


Jiangxi Province is located in the southeastern part of China, south of the Yangtze River on the middle-lower reaches. To its east are Zhejiang and Fujian provinces; to its south is Guangdong Province; to its west if Hunan Province and to its north are the provinces of Hubei and Anhui. Under the jurisdiction of Jiangxi Provinces are 11cities (Nanchang, Jiujiang, Jingdezhen, Shangrao, Yingtan, Fuzhou, Ganzhou, Ji'an, Xinyu, Yichun, and Pingxiang), with a total area of 166,900 square kilometers.

Jilin University Museum

Add: 6 W. Minzhu St., Changchun
Tel: 0086-431-8502245

Jinggang Mountain Revolution Museum

The Jinggang Mountain Revolution Museum, located at Hongjun South Road of Ciping, was first built in 1958 for commemorating the first rural revolutionary base founded by the CPC. Besides large numbers of revolutionary cultural relics, there are also pictures of and encouragement words by Mao Zedong(1893-1976) and Zhu De(1886-1976), as well as other proletarian revolutionaries. The museum has six exhibition halls, with a total floor area of 20,030 square meters.

Museums of Porcelain

This is the oldest special exhibition hall of porcelain wares in China. The more than 18,000 rare pieces of porcelain made in Jingdezhen from the Tang Dynasty (618-907) down to the modern times tell the history of continuous porcelain production in Jingdezhen.