The cultural treasures of Canruo stars are historical monuments and precious memories. Strolling in the “sea garden” Gulangyu, we may not be able to imagine the prosperity of the year, but we can certainly feel the fusion of Chinese and Western cultures in the flavors of southern Fujian, Southeast Asia and European style exuded by the historical buildings. Pagoda, we may not be able to restore the grand occasion of the “Goose Pagoda Poetry Meeting”, but we must be able to appreciate the glory of the Tang Dynasty in the line-engraved palace pictures of the Ersheng Sanjue Stele and the lintel of the West Stone Gate; approach the collection of the Shaanxi History Museum “Golden bronze silkworm”, we may not be able to experience the exquisite gilt craftsmanship of the Han Dynasty, but we must be able to understand the great feat of the ancestors in opening up the Silk Road in the story of the prosperity of silkworm rearing and reeling in the Han Dynasty…Looking at the land of China, Cultural monuments are always full of history, every wall and tile are culture, and there are stories in the mountains and rivers. We should protect our historical and cultural heritage as we cherish our lives.
Each cultural heritage is not only a fragment of historical life, but also a carrier of national spirit. Time is silent, but it will engrave historical context, national memory, and spiritual genes through cultural heritage one by one. The cultural heritage condensed in the cultural heritage not only constitutes the cultural foundation of our nation, but also provides a deep nourishment for the nation’s endless growth and development. Remembering the vicissitudes of history and seeing the traces of the years can better continue the cultural roots. In this sense, we should not let the cultural heritage “keep in the ignorance of the boudoir”, but should let it “fly into the homes of ordinary people”; not only should we protect the cultural heritage, but also activate its inherent vitality.
From another perspective, since cultural heritage is “heritage”, it just shows that there is a distance between it and modern life. How to narrow this distance so that cultural heritage is not just a piece of static work, but a living object that lives in the present and in people’s lives, which is where continuous effort is needed. Over the years, from “I repaired cultural relics in the Forbidden City” and “If a National Treasure Can Talk” and other programs, to “Forbidden City Calendar”, the National Library’s “Yongle Dadian” stationery and other cultural and creative products have been selling well, these cultural phenomena have also changed from On the side, doing a good job in “creative transformation and innovative development” of excellent traditional culture is not only an important direction to activate the vitality of cultural heritage, but also an effective way to meet the growing cultural needs of the people.
The best protection is to become a daily necessity. The nourishment of history and culture is not only in the historical review of thousands of years of thinking and seeing through thousands of miles, but also in the daily life that can be felt, knowable, and can participate. When it comes to museums, “checking in” has increasingly become an important way for the public to entertain. When cultural and creative products developed by the Forbidden City are frequently sold out of stock, when intangible cultural heritage souvenirs such as Shaanxi paper-cutting and Suichang dragon rice dumplings are favored by customers, they “live” It is not only cultural heritage, but also the national fine traditions and cultural historical memory. Cultural heritage once had a glorious past, and it should also have a shining present, and it should also be full of vitality towards the future. Letting cultural heritage meet life, making them close to the people and no longer “cold”, interesting but not losing weight, is probably the only way to polish cultural treasures.