The International Congress Center of Yucatan “Powered by Samsung” will be hosting soon a valuable collection made of the archaeological treasures, culture and religion of the ancient Kingdom of China’s Shu dinasty, which settled in what is now the Chinese city of Chengdú.
The pieces, that are about 3,000 years old, have toured the most famous museums in several countries around the world and it is very likely that at the end of June or early July will be displayed in the elegant corridors of the new CIC, located on the corner of Colón and Calle 62 in the new hotel district of Mérida.
This will be the first international exhibition in this new state-of-the-art convention center and intelligent building “Powered by Samsung”.
Reportedly, more than 80 items of the treasures of the ancient Shu kingdom will be in display.
The president of the Chinesse Association Peninsula of Yucatan, Bai Yi, reported that efforts to bring at least 20 pieces of this collection are going well and it is almost a fact that these priceless pieces will be admired by the meridanos.
Source: Diario de Yucatán
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