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  • What is China House Museum?

    China House (Porcelain House) is located in No.72 Chifeng Road, Heping District, Tianjin. This French-style building was the former residence of Mr. Huang Rongliang, the first Qing dynasty consul in the New Zealand consulate, minister of Plenipotentiary in the Republic of Australia and the professor of Jinling university. Later, it became a residence of the foreign ambassador in China.
    In 2000, in order to carry forward Chinese porcelain culture, Mr. Zhang Lianzhi, the overseas patriotic Chinese, has bought this dilapidated French-style building and carried out renovation for eight-year.
    Porcelain house has used millions of pieces of ancient porcelain, 13000 pieces of ancient procelain wares, more than 300 pieces of ancient stone statues, more than 300 pieces of stone lions from all the dynasties, more than 300 Ming and Qing porcelain cat pillows, more than 20 tons of natural crystal and agate etc. Without blueprint and relying on his own imagination, Mr. Zhang Lianzhi, in a unique way, has made a perfect combination of his lifetime porcelain collection with the Western Architecture. He has given this hundred-year-old foreign building in front of you a new life and created a miracle in the history of architecture. China House shows the beauty Classica Chinese art to the world.
    In 2007, “ China House ” was rated as “ national AAA-level tourist attraction” by the national .
    In 2010, “ China House ” was selected by the Huffington Post as the world’s top 15 museums with unique design.
    “ To live in other’s culture is lonely , only live in your own culture is a ture happiness.”—Curator of China House, Zhang Lianzhi.

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